e-scan M

The standard for ROS and RNS quantification and identification

The e-scan is a compact and easy to use benchtop analyzer for EPR spectroscopy suitable for research, quality control and educational environments.

EPR spectroscopy is the only analytical method to directly detect paramagnetic species, such as radicals. The e-scan combines an answer for todays demands for a tailored analytical instrument with the flexibility of a research-grade instrument.

Bruker is the world-wide leader of EPR instrumentation. Our EPR products range from the e-scan to the most advanced, high-level research platform, the ELEXSYS spectrometer series. Thanks to Bruker's experience the e-scan delivers unparalleled price-to-performance ratio.

Key features

  • Compact, easy to use and learn, table-top CW EPR system
  • The most direct tool for detection and characterization of free radicals and transition metal ions with g-values of ~ 2
  • Automatic acquisition schemes (WinAcq), extensive data processing (WinEPR) and efficient spectral simulations (SimFonia) available on a WindowsTM platform
  • The e-scan is suitable for both research and teaching purposes

Applications in medical and pharmaceutical studies

A primary application is the spin trapping, identification and characterization of Reactive Oxygen Species. The e-scan spectrometer is also used to directly detect antioxidants following a reaction with a Reactive Oxygen Species.

Other medical and pharmeceutical appliations of the e-scan spectrometer include: Evaluation of the antiradical and antioxidant capability; Spin Label research (e.g. in pharmacokinetics); Mobility studies of membranes, proteins, bicells; 3D-structural information from double site directed spin labeling techniques.

Applications Areas

  • Free radicals
  • Spin labels and Spin-traps
  • Reactive Oxygen Spcies (ROS)
  • Reactive Nitrogen Species (RNS)
  • Antioxidant-derived free radicals
  • Transition metal complexes

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