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1H NMR Spectroscopic Quantification of Plasma Metabolites in Dialysate during Hemodialysis
Researchers from Tohoku University have examined the feasibility of using TSP as a quantitative standard of dialysate.
Use of FT-IR Spectra and PCA to the Bulk Characterization of Cell Wall Residues of Fruits and Vegetables Along a Fraction Process
The study has demonstrated that discrimination between the cell wall residues of fruits and vegetables is possible with the use of FT-IR spectra analysed using the PCA method.
Analysis of Sulfur and Chlorine in Oil by Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence
Monitoring the sulfur and chlorine content is critical in the production of various oils and oil products.
Triple Resonance Three-Dimensional Protein NMR: Before it Became a Black Box
This account provides a personal perspective on three-dimensional triple resonance experiments, providing some historical background.
Watery Research Theme to Flow Through New Tokmakoff Lab
Andrei Tokmakoff to use the world’s shortest infrared light pulses to pluck molecular bonds.
Breakthrough Study Opens Door to Broader Biomedical Applications for Raman Spectroscopy
Wavelength modulation overcomes obstacles to in-situ and in-vivo use – results published in Biomedical Spectroscopy and Imaging.
Raman Microspectroscopy as a Biomarking Tool for In Vitro Diagnosis of Cancer: A Feasibility Study
The potential of Raman and infrared spectroscopy to become complementary to standard histology has recently intensified.
Magnet Sends Lab Capacity ‘Through the Roof’ at Laboratories for Molecular Medicine
As a crane lowered a powerful 3.8-ton magnet through the roof, Brown began work on deploying a powerful new tool for molecular biology research.
Improving the Accuracy of Cancer Diagnoses
New spectroscopy technique could help doctors better identify breast tumors.
A Non-Invasive Method for Estimating Skin Thickness
A novel application of near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy offers skin specialists the ability to monitor skin for medical and cosmetic purposes in a cost-effective and harmless manner.
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