"Photonic fingerprinting" - a novel method for label-free cell detection and characterization
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Raman spectroscopy is molecular spectroscopic method, based on the detection of inelastically scattered light. Raman scattering results in well-resolved spectral peaks, uniquely associated with bichemical properties of the cell. The complex spectra indicate molecular differences between cell types or monitor changes of biomolecular composition during metabolomic transformation.
Like a "photonic fingerprint" this information is highly specific and can be used to identify cells without any additives. Cells remain viable and unaffected for downstream applications.
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BioRam® the unique Raman Trapping system - especially designed for applications in life science:
Results of various Raman investigations will be presented - such as identification of microorganism, tumor cell analysis or monitoring of stem cell differentiations - representing the broad field of applications.