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What is Cryo-Electron Microscopy?Read Now: Infrared Imaging for Colorectal Cancer

Read the latest research in label-free digital pathology from the Ruhr University Bochum. In this paper, infrared imaging is used to develop an automated classifier for microsatellite status in colorectal cancer without the use of labels, stains, or molecular tags.

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   Identifying Corpses Using MicroscopyIdentifying Corpses Using Microscopy
 
Studying the decomposition of corpses through examining the temperature or the rigidness can be difficult when the body was found postmortem.
 
   Researchers Create 2D Multifocal Optical-Resolution Photoacoustic CT SystemResearchers Create 2D Multifocal Optical-Resolution Photoacoustic CT System
 
Optical-resolution photoacoustic microscopy (OR-PAM) is known to be a robust imaging tool with an excellent potential to image rich optical absorption contrast in biological tissues.
 
   Scientists identify the structure of protein fiber associated with early-onset type 2 diabetesScientists identify the structure of protein fiber associated with early-onset type 2 diabetes
 
For the first time, researchers have detected the structure of a protein fiber associated with early-onset type 2 diabetes.
 
   Radioactive Particle Analysis MethodsRadioactive Particle Analysis Methods
 
Our exposure to any type of radiation can lead to long-term health effects like cancer and cardiovascular disease.