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Affordable HIGH SENSITIVITY      Get spectra from a few micrograms of sample      Take less from drug lead libraries      Don't dilute your sample needlessly      Excellent data quality and low noise      Up to 100x faster than 5mm probes      Boost utilization of existing magnets      Get 1D proton spectra in a few minutes      Get 2D correlation spectra in a few hours      MicroFlow NMR rapidly pays for itself      Eliminate cost of tubes      Eliminate climbing of ladders      Economical use of deuterated solvents      Save sample preparation time and cost      Minimize isotope reagent consumption      And Much More!

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Protasis is the leader in Open-Access, High Throughput NMR Automation.  We integrate the highest performing fluidics, robotics, software and detection components to create functional systems that run themselves with automated validation and real-time performance monitoring.  Our sytems are fully networked to allow communication with any NMR spectrometer, any post-acquisition results processing software and remote access from within your intranet or even externally over the Internet.

Protasis CapNMR Probes and One-Minute NMR Automation software are serving large Medicinal Chemistry departments in Big Pharma (e,g., Pfizer, Merck, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Amgen) as well as Chemistry  and Pharmacy departments at major universities (e.g., Boston, Northeastern, Princeton, Geneva, Bristol).  These installations support dozens of chemists and run thousands of samples each and every month with minimal maintenance, low cost of operation and light supervision. 

You can 'order' more information about microNMR on these catalog pages. Then, please tell us about your own Research Automation needs.   Protasis can tailor these components to optimize Sample WorkFlow in your department.  We'd be happy to help you scale down your chemistries and ramp up your sample volume!

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