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Themed collection Advanced Vibrational Spectroscopy for Biomedical Applications

33 items
Front/Back Matter

List of participants

Front/Back Matter

Poster list

Paper

Translating vibrational spectroscopy into clinical applications – vision or reality?

Open Access Paper

Investigation of intervertebral disc degeneration using multivariate FTIR spectroscopic imaging

Paper

FTIR spectroscopic imaging and mapping with correcting lenses for studies of biological cells and tissues

Paper

Toward SERS-based point-of-care approaches for therapeutic drug monitoring: the case of methotrexate

Open Access Paper

Assessing corneal biomechanics with Brillouin spectro-microscopy

Paper

Infrared micro-spectroscopy of human tissue: principles and future promises

Paper

SERS as a tool for in vitro toxicology

Paper

Non-invasive chemically specific measurement of subsurface temperature in biological tissues using surface-enhanced spatially offset Raman spectroscopy

Open Access Paper

High spatial resolution (1.1 μm and 20 nm) FTIR polarization contrast imaging reveals pre-rupture disorder in damaged tendon

Paper

Sheath flow SERS for chemical profiling in urine

Paper

Chemotherapeutic response to cisplatin-like drugs in human breast cancer cells probed by vibrational microspectroscopy

Paper

Development of a practical spatial-spectral analysis protocol for breast histopathology using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopic imaging

Open Access Paper

High-throughput quantum cascade laser (QCL) spectral histopathology: a practical approach towards clinical translation

Paper

From synthetic DNA to PCR product: detection of fungal infections using SERS

Paper

High resolution FTIR imaging provides automated discrimination and detection of single malaria parasite infected erythrocytes on glass

Paper

Raman spectroscopy for cytopathology of exfoliated cervical cells

Paper

Multi-centre Raman spectral mapping of oesophageal cancer tissues: a study to assess system transferability

Paper

Mie scatter corrections in single cell infrared microspectroscopy

Paper

Infrared imaging of small molecules in living cells: from in vitro metabolic analysis to cytopathology

Paper

Biofluid infrared spectro-diagnostics: pre-analytical considerations for clinical applications

Paper

Vibrational spectroscopy in sensing radiobiological effects: analyses of targeted and non-targeted effects in human keratinocytes

Paper

Advancements in quantum cascade laser-based infrared microscopy of aqueous media

Open Access Paper

Label-free classification of colon cancer grading using infrared spectral histopathology

Paper

Rapid characterisation of Klebsiella oxytoca isolates from contaminated liquid hand soap using mass spectrometry, FTIR and Raman spectroscopy

Open Access Paper

New IR imaging modalities for cancer detection and for intra-cell chemical mapping with a sub-diffraction mid-IR s-SNOM

Paper

Towards quantitative molecular mapping of cells by Raman microscopy: using AFM for decoupling molecular concentration and cell topography

Paper

Fiber-optic Raman spectroscopy for in vivo diagnosis of gastric dysplasia

Discussion

Biofluids and other techniques: general discussion

Discussion

Clinical Spectroscopy: general discussion

Discussion

Single cell analysis/data handling: general discussion

Discussion

Spectral Pathology: general discussion

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About this collection

We are delighted to share with you the papers presented at our Faraday Discussion on Advanced Vibrational Spectroscopy for Biomedical Applications which took place in Cambridge, UK in March 2016. A record of the live discussions will be published after the event.

While significant advances in vibrational biomedical spectroscopy and many aspects of associated biophotonics have been made in recent years, many fundamental scientific and technological questions still need to be addressed before such techniques can be incorporated into the clinical arena. This Faraday Discussion brings together scientists involved at the cutting edge of vibrational spectroscopy and development of clinically relevant diagnostic tools, and highlights current challenges and emerging opportunities in this rapidly changing dynamic field.

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