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    Electron paramagnetic resonance

    Electron paramagnetic resonance

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    The Electronic Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) also called  electronic spin resonance (ESR) is a method which is used to detect and work out  paramagnetic species such as free radicals or ions of transition metals which are responsible for cell and tissue oxidative stress.

    The  EPR enables you to figure out the production of superoxide anions, nitric oxide but also to assess the impact of oxidative stress on cell membranes.

    The unit owns an MS200 EPR Miniscop (Magnettech) whose technical features are available on  the Magnettech website.

    Person in charge

    Raffaella Soleti (raffaella.soleti @ univ-angers.fr)