On the fringe of regular proteomics and cell microscopy
Imaging Mass Spectrometry can provide local chemical information on a wide variety of biological surfaces. This allows us to construct extensive molecular maps of cells and tissue surfaces using modern mass spectrometric techniques. In collaboration with various manufacturers and pharmaceutical industries and with the benefits of the NPC network we are able to bring IMS a step further in the direction of proteomics.
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Duursma, M.C, Kükrer-Kaletas, B, Amstalden van Hove, E.R, MacAleese, L, & Heeren, R.M.A. (2007). On the fringe of regular proteomics and cell microscopy. NPC Highlights, 6, 20–23.