Confocal Raman Imaging in Life Science - Living Cells, Bacteria & Tissues
7 Mar 2014

This application note presents confocal raman imaging as a nondestructive method for investigating the chemical components of living cells, studying bacteria at the single cell level, and large area scanning of animal and human tissues.

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