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Equipements

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Equipment to disposal

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Metabolics Network site

RMN 800 Réso

Bruker Avance 800 MHz : 5 mm cryoprobe ATMA QPCI 1H-13C-31P-15N gradient z, microcryoprobe 1.7 mm ATMA "QTcI" 1H-13C-31P gradient z, refrigerated autosampler SampleJet

RMN 500 Réso

Bruker Avance 500 MHz : BBI probe H-BB-D Z-Grd 5mm (BTO), HP / C Z-Grd 5mm ATMA (BTO) TXI probe S2, SB probe BBO BB-HD 10mm (BVT), BBI probe S2 H-BB-D 8mm (BVT), TXO SB P / CH 15mm (BTO), LC-NMR SEI 3mm gradient Z ATMA (BTO), autosampler SampleXPress

AXIOM site

RMN 600 Axiom

Bruker Avance 600 MHz : 5 mm inverse cryoprobe TXI 1H-13C-15N z-gradient probes 5 mm ATMA "BBI" and "DUAL" z-gradient, HR-MAS NMR and LC probes, refrigerated autosampler

Mass Spectrometry

Metabolics Network site

QTrap 4000 Réseaux

Triple Quadripole (4000 QTrap AB Sciex) : ESI ion source, may be coupled to a 1100 HPLC (Agilent Technologies), equiped with a diode array detector

Lipidomics site

LCMS Triple Q6460 Lipido

Triple Quadripole (6460 Agilent) : Agilent 1290 UHPLC chain, ESI ion source, possibility to install an APCI source

GCMS ISQ Lipido

GC-MS (ISQ Thermo) : chemical ionization source and electron impact

AXIOM site

LTQ orbitrap Axiom

Orbitrap (LTQ Orbitrap XLThermo): chain U-HPLC Dual RSLC3000, autosampler, ESI, HESI, APCI and APPI ionization sources

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Q-ToF (Synapt G2-SiWaters): ion mobility, chain U-HPLC Acquity I-class, autosampler, ESI ionization source

TripleQuaq Axiom

2 Triple Quadripole (TSQ Thermo): chain U-HPLC Thermo Accela 600 HPLC or Thermo Surveyor autosampler, UV detector PDA; ESI, HESI, APCI and APPI ionization sources

GCMS ISQ Axiom

GC-MS (ISQ Thermo): Trace GC, FID detector, electronic impact and chemical ionization source

Plant Metabolites site

TSQ Thermo Végétaux

GC-MS/MS (TSQ Thermo): electronic impact and chemical ionization source

Other equipments

  • HT fluxomics robot
  • Mass spectrometer triple quadripole Xevo TQ (Waters)
  • Mass spectrometer LTQ-Orbitrap Velos (Thermo Scientific), ESI source
  • 2 Mass spectrometers Q-Exactive (Thermo Scientific), ESI source
  • 2 Mass spectrometers QToF G2-XS (Waters), ESI source
  • 2 GC-FID
  • Supercritical fluid chromatography (Waters)
  • Capillary ion chromatography ICS 5000+ (Thermo Scientific)
  • Ion chromatography ICS 2500 (Dionex)
  • several HPLC with UV, Fluo, radioactivity 3H/14C detectors
  • solid phase extraction robot (Gilson Quad-Z 215)
  • Laboratory equipment (centrifuges, crushers, incubators, bioreactors ...)
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