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Chemical Snapshots and Molecular Maps with Mass Spec Imaging

Article   Sep 28, 2018 | By Charya Wickremasinghe, Ph.D

 
Chemical Snapshots and Molecular Maps with Mass Spec Imaging

MALDI images of phospholipids and neutral lipids detected in three human prostate tissue sections. Quercetin was used as the matrix for positive ion detection. (Wang et al. 2017, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Proteins and Proteomics, 1865(7), 755-767)

 
 
 

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