Raman In-Depth Focus 2018
This In-Depth Focus covers drop-coating deposition Raman (DCDR) spectroscopy for metabolite profiling and recent developments of Raman spectroscopy for the qualitative analysis of falsified and substandard medicines.
Testing for falsified and substandard medicines can often be lengthy and require high‑level equipment and staff. There is, therefore, an increasing need for fast, reliable and, if possible, portable solutions to detect these products. Laureen Coic and colleagues from the University of Liege in Belgium investigate the use of Raman spectroscopy for the qualitative analysis of falsified and substandard medicines and discuss their findings.
The increased interest in metabolite profiling calls for improved analytical techniques with greater performance. Derya Cebeci from PortMera Corp., Anik Alam from Duquesne University, USA and Dor Ben-Amotz from Purdue University, USA, evaluate the application of drop-coating deposition Raman spectroscopy for use in metabolite profiling.
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