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Vibrational spectroscopy - Label-free imaging

From protein mechanisms to tissue analysis

Prof. Dr. Klaus Gerwert

Spectroscopic methods are now granting us deep insights into biological systems at previously unattainable spatial and temporal resolutions. Complementing the already well-established fluorescence spectroscopy, the major potential of label-free vibrational spectroscopy has become clear in recent years. Multiscale analyses can be made of proteins, cells and tissue. Clinical application of label ...

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