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Infrared visualization of sucrose in plants

A novel microspectroscopic method allows sugar mapping across the plant tissue

Quantitative mapping of metabolite distribution has widespread applications in medicine and biology, but has remained a key analytical challenge. A novel method for sugar imag-ing in plants based on the principles of infrared spectroscopy, which was developed at the IPK-Gatersleben, allows the ...

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Lipidomics – a new kid on the “OMICS” block

An emerging technology to comprehensively describe entire lipid profiles

Progress in research is – to a large extent – driven by technological and analytical advance-ments. This is particularly true for the field of lipid research in the biomedical field, which was hampered for decades by the limited availability of analytical tools to address the enormous complexity ...

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Oligomers in polyester-based food packaging

Using mass spectrometry to detect the presence of small polymer molecules

For several decades, food packaging has made handling food easier and helped to maintain its quality. Plastic packaging possesses the advantage that it is light and flexible, with a vast variety of polymer modifications allowing a wide range of usages.

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Key challenges in bioprocessing

Process analytics in biotechnology

As far back in time as several thousand years ago our ancestors were using biotechnical processes to make beer, wine and bread. These days, biotechnological processes are not merely used to produce food – they enable a wide variety of applications, from wastewater treatment to manufacturing ...

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Vibrational spectroscopy - Label-free imaging

From protein mechanisms to tissue analysis

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 ...

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Fitness test of motile cells

Label-free and non-invasive Raman-Trapping microscopy

Analysis of single cells is never easy – and it gets even more difficult when cells are not fixed at a surface but freely moving. In this case, Raman-Trapping-Microscopy arrests motile samples during spectral analysis. These most powerful devices enable novel insights into characteristics and ...

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Trend barometer: taking the underground to the airport

Hyphenations in HPTLC – the potential for efficient analysis

Yes – you can talk about an ‚underground system’ in terms of analysis. Many samples are forwarded in parallel – including unstyled raw extracts in any condition. The connection to the airport is assured and today molecules can fly in a myriad of different ways.

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Combinatorial explosion in separation sciences

New approaches for high quality information

In analytical sciences one of the major goals is to develop and validate methods for the identification and quantification of molecules in complex samples to support investigations in the pharmaceutical sciences, environmental sciences, food sciences, biology and medicine.

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More than honey?

Rapid authenticity testing for honey with NMR spectroscopy and consequences for sample preparation

For thousands of years, the word “honey” has been synonymous with an all-natural, healthy food. Unsurprisingly, honey has also enjoyed unwavering popularity with consumers – and especially in times when organic food and a healthy lifestyle are more in vogue than ever before.

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What Are We Eating?

Food quality analysis using NMR

What ends up on our plates? We used to think we knew – until we were disabused of this notion in early 2013. Instead of beef, there had been large-scale use of processed horsemeat, especially in frozen products and mincemeat. Although this posed no hazard to health, the damage was enormous, since ...

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