Research Collaborate Lab Bench

National Biomedical EPR Center

About Us

The National Biomedical EPR Center was established in 1976 as a biotechnology resource center to enhance biomedical research use of electron spin resonance spectroscopy. We are one of the largest electron paramagnetic resonance facilities in the nation. The EPR Center was supported by an NIH P41 research resource award from 1976 to 2019.

Policies

Collaborators, visitors, and users are required to follow our policies.

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Collaborator Policy
EPR Center users are requested to include the collaborating faculty member as an author on any publications that wholly or in part involve work carried out at the EPR Center. Any such publications should cite, if appropriate, the DEER instrumentation grants (NIH grants RR022422 and OD011937). In addition, authors should demonstrate compliance with the NIH Public Access policy by securing a PMCID number for each paper citing the Center’s support.

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Visitor/User Policy
Any publications that wholly or in part involve work carried out at the EPR Center should cite, if appropriate, the DEER instrumentation grants (NIH grants RR022422 and OD011937). In addition, authors should demonstrate compliance with the NIH Public Access policy by securing a PMCID number for each paper citing the Center’s support.

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