Researchers use Raman tweezers to learn about blood disorders

06/12/2008 | Optics.org

A combination of Raman spectroscopy and optical tweezers is assisting researchers in gaining a better understanding of blood disorders, such as thalassemia. "Our main goal was to demonstrate that Raman tweezers can provide quantitative information on thalassemia," said one of the researchers.

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