Using the high-sensitivity NARVAL spectropolarimeter
installed at the Bernard-Lyot telescope at the Pic du Midi Observatory in France, a team of astronomers detected the effect of a magnetic field (known as the Zeeman effect) in the light emitted by Vega.
For circular dichroism (CD) spectroscopy, we used a J-715 spectropolarimeter
(Jasco) operating at 37[degrees]C; spectra were recorded at 0.
A CD spectropolarimeter
, an extremely sensitive instrument capable of accurately measuring in the 190-170nm range, is used to determine the absorption difference.
CD spectra were measured on a J-815 spectropolarimeter
The protein-folding conformation of native heart CK-MB and rCK-MB2 was analyzed by measuring their circular dichroism at 25[degrees]C on a JASCO J720 spectropolarimeter
Circular dichroism (CD) experiments were performed on a Jasco J710 spectropolarimeter
in the far UV region (190 -250 nm).
CD spectra were recorded on a JASCO J-715 spectropolarimeter
CD spectra were recorded on a JASCO J710 Spectropolarimeter