Mid-infrared (Mid-IR) spectroscopic imaging, alternatively referred to as chemical imaging, is a powerful label-free, non-destructive, quantitative technique that allows a user to see both the chemical and morphological structure of a heterogeneous sample.
Working in television, I’ve had some amazing opportunities and experiences over the years. Coast was great fun to make, and I loved making “The Incredible Human Journey” for BBC2, about the ancient colonization of the world.
The meticulous, careful study of minute compounds in both simple and complex mixtures has traditionally relied on conventional mass spectrometry (MS); however, MS technology can be bulky and present a substantial learning curve for new operators. Miniature mass spectrometers, however, have provided an alternative, especially for biomedical applications.
In the outpatient clinic and in the laboratory our current research studies aim at understanding the mechanisms of release and clearance and the biological functions of exosomes and membrane particles in the plasma of individuals who develop emphysema, a form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease characterized by enlargement of airspaces and loss of alveoli.
The complex physiological process of aging represents many problems among rapidly aging populations. One well recognized consequence of aging is degradation of immune function, which is referred to as immunosenescence.
What is Epigenomics?
The 1968 Nobel Prize in Medicine
RNA Codons and DNA Codons
Chromatography Media Selection
Protein Production: Initiation, Elongation and Termination
Stem cells collected from fat more stable than previously thought, Penn study shows
MDI Biological Laboratory scientist sheds light on molecular mechanisms underlying aging
Exclusion from virtual group has negative impact on real-life social behaviour, research shows
People living without artificial lights also skimp on sleep, study finds
Experts outline new methodologies that may lead to individualized patient care
UT Southwestern scientists unravel role of PARP enzymes in major cellular activities
Using quantum cascade laser (QCL) mid-infrared spectroscopic imaging to study tissue pathology
Emerging biomedical applications of miniature mass spectrometry
Using mass spectrometry to analyze the aging population
Using nanoDSF System for Rapid and Precise Profiling of Biosimilar Candidates
Using nanoDSF for Label-Free Thermal Unfolding of G Protein-Coupled Receptors for Compound Screening
Using MST Technology to Analyze Protein-Protein Interactions in Different Buffer Systems
Jennifer Moriuchi and Dr Warren Jones
Reduced eye contact is one of the hallmark symptoms of autism and often one of the earliest red flags for parents and physicians. The reason why has been a longstanding debate in the field.
Professor Alice Roberts
I was interested in a whole range of subjects, but the one that really grasped me from a young age was biology and, in particular, human biology. I was really fascinated with how the human body worked and I still am; that's something that has stayed with me.
Dr. Rosan Meyer
The Ten Steps for a Healthy Pregnancy, aims to offer mums-to-be essential advice to adopt good habits for healthy growth and development for both mum and baby.
Find out more.