Application Note: Confocal Raman Imaging in Life Science - Living Cells, Bacteria and Tissues
9 November 2012

To study living cells in their physiological surroundings without damaging them is a highly sought after capability in life science. In this application note the alpha300 from WITec is used to identify chemical components inside a cell. Several examples of the use of Confocal Raman Imaging for the characterization of cells, bacteria and tissues are presented.

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