11.7T vertical bore Bruker

WSU SOM - Scott Hall
Room 2126
540 East Canfield
Detroit, MI 48201

Farhad Ghoddoussi, Ph. D.
ph: 313-577-6910

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The Molecular Neuroimaging Laboratory, directed by Dr. Galloway, is located at Gordon Scott Hall and is equipped with a high-resolution, 11.7 Tesla vertical bore Bruker microimaging system. The system is capable of collecting not only multi-nuclear NMR spectra at an incredible spectral resolution (i.e., 1H, 2H, 7Li, 13C, 17O, 19F and/or 31P NMR) but also MRI images of small animals or extracted tissue. High resolution magic angle spinning or HRMAS is another technique that has proven to be a highly effective in profiling the chemical composition of brain tissue and gaining a greater understanding of drug or environmental effects on the brain biochemistry.