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Electrical semiconductor characterization
Luminescence dating, research, dosimetry and more
Free radical measurements in life science and biomedical applications
Our benchtop MiniScope (MS 5000) ESR spectrometer is a research grade device with sensitivity and reliability for demanding...
Industry standard for evaluating irradiation doses on alanine tablets
Nitric oxide measurement, reactive oxygen species, oxidative stress, radical generating systems, photo dynamic therapy
Analysis of chemical structure of paramagnetic centers and their orientation within a crystal
Bioinorganic transition metal compounds, fenton chemistry, effect of heavy metal ions on livving tissue
Variety of free radicals in environmental applications can be evaluated by EPR spectroscopy
Living polymers, nitroxide quantification, radicals in varnish, UV stability of scratch resistant varnish
ESRStudio is a dynamic and user friendly software for ESR measurements with some of the most modern and fluent workflow based...
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Free radicals are chemical species of high oxidative potential that can damage the human body on a cellular level. They can be detected by ESR applying a fast, simple and sensitive measurement.
Human beings and animals exhale nitric oxdie (NO), which is formed in the nasal cavities and lungs. A pathological status such as inflammation is expressed by higher NO output. Also, the inner human body as well as single-cell organisms are confronted with peroxyl- and hydroxyl-radicals, so-called oxidative stress.
To explore causes and production mechanisms of these species, ESR is applied to detect these oxygen-derived radicals inside living tissue. Today's Life Science is driven by the search for a fundamental understanding of life's degrading and renewing processes. With the help of the MS 5000, this can be found.
"catching" short-lived radicals for specific measurement
spin traps: NO cheletropic traps, colloid Fe(II)(DETC)2
While observing free radicals in human blood, a peculiar formation mechanism is revealed.
pulmonary hypertension, diabetes, cancer