Live Cell Research Redefined with EPR Spectroscopy

"The main feature of the EMXnano is that it is easy to use"

Prof. Dr. Malte Drescher, from the Universität Konstanz, explains how he uses electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy to identify biomacromolecules found in living cells.

Learn how EPR spectroscopy, in combination with site-directed spin-labelling, has become a valuable technique for studying biomacromolecule structure and dynamics. Discover the advantages of Bruker’s EMXnano, which has opened EPR Spectroscopy to non-experts.