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Publications

Collaboration Projects

Special Report: Next generation cell analysis

Schütze at al., Horizon 2020 Projects: Portal 2016, 12: S. 128 - 129

Invited Article Online - Short Version:

Special Report: Next generation cell analysis

CellTool GmbH, Horizon2020 Projects 2016,10

Raman Spectroscopy: A noninvasive analysis tool for the discrimination of human skin cells

Pudlas at al., Tissue Engineering, 2011, 17,10 S. 1027-1040

Fitness Test von frei beweglichen Zellen -

Markierungsfreie und nicht-invasive Raman-Trapping-Mikroskopie

Zunhammer at al., q&more 2016, 01.16, S. 12-17

Raman Microscopy - Fitness Test of motile cells

Zunhammer at al., q&more 2015, 04.15, S. 30-31

Potential and limitations of microscopy and Raman spectroscopy for live-cell analysis of 3 D cell cultures

Charwat at al., Journal of Biotechnology 2015, 205: S. 70-81

Photons on duty for health: Raman spectroscopy for biologists and clinicians

Gangnus at.al, lab&more 2014, 2.14.: S. 22-27

An engineered 3D human airway mucosa model based on an SIS scaffold

Steinke at al., Biomaterials 2014, 35: S.7355-7362

Photonen im Dienste der Gesundheit

Gangnus at al., Labor&more 2014, 8.14: S. 22-28

Raman-Spektroskopie zur Qualitätskontrolle von Blutprodukten

Gangnus at. al, Biophotonik 2014, 1: S. 22-25

Novel cell analysis based on Raman spectroscopy

Schütze at al., Photon Lasers Medicine 2013; 2 (4): S. 364-366

From Infection to Detection: Imaging S. aureus – host interactions

Neugebauer at al., Biomed Tech, 2012, 57,1, S. 503 - 506

Novel cell identification: markerfree and suitable for living cells

Koch at al., Proc. of OSA Biomedical Optics, 2013, 87980 J1 -  J11

Non-contact discrimination of human bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells and fibroblasts using Raman spectroscopy

Pudlas at al., Medical Laser Application, 2011, 26: S. 119-125

Raman spectroscopy as a tool for quality and sterility analysis for tissue engineering applications like cartilage transplants

Pudlas at al., Int. J. Artif. Organs, 2010, 33(3): S. 228-237

Video Publication

Non-contact, label-free monitoring of cells and extracellular matrix using Raman Spectroscopy

Votteler at al., J. Vis. Exp., 2012, 63: E3977, S. 1-7

Stem cell metabolic and spectroscopic profiling.

Aigner at al., Trends in Biotechnology, 2013, 31,3, S.204-213

Cell death stages in single apoptotic and necrotic cells monitored by Raman microspectroscopy

Brauchle at al., Scientific Reports, 2013, 4: 4698, S. 1-9

Human blood monocytes support persistence, but not replication of the intracellular pathogen C.pneumoniae

Buchacher at.al, BNC Immunology 2014, 15: S. 60-71

Raman Spectroscopy: A Noninvasive Analysis Tool for the Discrimination of Human Skin Cells

Pudlas at al., TISSUE ENGINEERING : Part C Volume 17, Number 10, 2011

Greulich 2017; Manipulation of cells with laser microbeam scissors and optical tweezers

Raman trapping spectroscopy

a review (2017) Rep.Prog. Phys. online; vol 80 (2): 17-20

Berthold Leibinger Innovationspreis 2016 - Finalist

Zellanalyse neu definiert

Kremling at al., Biophotonik 2016,2: S.34-38

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