Wide Bore 600 MHz/89 mm Bruker Avance Neo

"Wide Bore 600"

600 MHz/89 mm Bruker Avance Neo

MBI, AMRIS Facility, LG-123C

Wide bore 600 with Neo console

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Solution/Solid-state NMR and microimaging with 1 ppb homogeneity can be acquired using this Avance Neo console on a spectrometer manufactured by Bruker Bio-Spin operating at a field strength of 14.1 Tesla (600 MHz) with an 89 mm bore. Spectroscopy data are collected using TopSpin software (Version 4.2.0). This system has been upgraded to the latest generation NEO console, and supports Proton, Fluorine and Broadband solution experiments, as well as Biosolids MAS experiments.

High Resolution Spectroscopy

  • 5 mm Smart BBOF Probe 
  • 10 mm BBO probe
  • 15 mm BBO Probe

Solids

  • 4 mm BioSolids MAS

Currently high resolution solution-state probes are available on this system. The 5 mm BBOF probe allows for Proton/Fluorine/Broadband experiments to be conducted. The 15 mm probe is suitable for perfusion experiments, and can be accessed by either the Hypersense or the homebuilt 5 T DNP polarizer. The 4 mm MAS probe is now available for BioSolids studies. Additionally, a 10 mm Broadband probe is available for perfusion experiments or large volume samples.

Grant Acknowledgement

ALL PUBLICATIONS that include data obtained through MagLab (AMRIS) instrumentation, or involvement of MagLab-funded personnel at the AMRIS Facility, should state:

  • A portion of this work was performed in the McKnight Brain Institute at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory’s Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy (AMRIS) Facility, which is supported by National Science Foundation Cooperative Agreement DMR-1644779* and the State of Florida.*For data collected from 2018-present, the grant number is DMR-1644779.  Data collected from 2012-2017, the grant number is DMR-1157490.  Please include both grant numbers if your data was collected during both time periods.

Any users who publish data acquired on the 600 MHz Wide Bore-89mm need to acknowledge the 2020 funding source that made this instrumentation possible. Publications, presentations, or other activities or products should include the following acknowledgements:

  • “This work was supported in part by an NIH award, S10 OD028753, for magnetic resonance instrumentation.”

Also, please tick the box for this grant (S10 OD028753) when you update your NIH-funding on publications through NCBI.