Miami University Places First Order for Bruker BioSpin's 850 MHz NMR Spectrometer | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Bruker BioSpin said today that Miami University is the first US customer for its Avance II 850 US2 NMR system, which will be delivered in 2007.
 
Miami University will use the 850 MHz NMR alongside a Bruker AXS Proteum X-ray protein crystallography system to study protein structures and complexes, ligand binding thermodynamics, and the metabonomics of biofluids.
 

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