Researchers scanning tissues with mass spectrometry imaging

03/19/2009 | Scientist, The (free registration)

Some researchers are using mass spectrometry imaging instead of immunohistochemistry or immunofluorescence to study the protein and chemical content in tissues. Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization imaging -- the first biologically relevant form of MS imaging -- is being used for a wide range of applications, including the study of tumors' molecular microenvironment and the mapping of cells' chemical content.

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