Bruker’s CyroProbe expertise into the field MR Microscopy is leading to new, exciting opportunities. MR Microscopy techniques for small samples with dedicated diameters 5 and 10 mm benefit from CryoProbe technology and a factor of up to 4 improvement in sensitivity on non-polar samples. The superb image quality, top-of-the-line spatial resolution and/or largely reduced scan times. The MR Microscopy CryoProbe technology is based on the HR CryoProbe ensuring full compatibility to the Automatic Tuning Module (ATM) and the Cryoplatform unit.
The single or double frequency MR Microscopy CryoProbe offers variable temperature operation over the range from 0 to 80º C and is mounted in the Micro2.5 gradient system, which is the MR Microscopy gradient workhorse. Its gradient strength is perfect for most applications. The Micro2.5 remains in the magnet while the MicWB40 is removed from the magnet to insert the sample. It is available for WB and SWB systems.
The MR Microscopy CryoProbe is a very dedicated and customized device. Please contact the MR Microscopy Product Management for details.
The MR Microscopy CryoProbe is the perfect solution for demanding investigations of plants, small animals, porous and inhomogeneous objects, study fast dynamic processes or microliter spectroscopy.
Sugar transport in kangaroo paw
Anatomy and Morphology of Zebra Fish
|Bore||WB / SWB|
|1H frequency range||300 – 700 MHz|
|rf channels||1H +X|
|Requirements||MR Microscopy Accessory CryoPlatform|
|Gradient strength per direction||1.5 T/m|
|Rise Time (5-95%), 0-60A,120V||< 100 µs|
|Maximum current tested||60 A|
|Standard sample temperature range (5 mm)||0 – 80°C|
|Sample diameter||10 mm|
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