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National Biomedical EPR Center

James Hyde, Ph.D.
P41EB001980
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Center Overview

Development of multiquantum Q- and W-band spectrometers, including multiquantum ELDOR, development of time-locked sub-sampling (TLSS) for broadband detection of periodically modulated signalsDevelopment of loop-gap resonators using finite element modeling of Maxwell's equationsApplication of multifrequency (1 to 100 GHz) electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) to characterize paramagnetic centersStudy of relaxation processes using multifrequency pulse saturation recoveryUse of nitroxide radical spin labels to measure translational and rotational diffusion in biological systems, site-directed spin labeling (SDSL), and use of EPR for the detection of nitric oxide and oxy radicals.