Application note: Raman Imaging: A powerful tool for the label-free characterisation of single cells and bacteria
With confocal Raman imaging the molecules of a sample can be chemically identified and their distribution can be imaged three-dimensionally…
These benefits are gaining more and more recognition in biological and medical research and confocal Raman microscopy (CRM) is becoming a more frequently used method for answering crucial questions in life sciences. CRM is used for measurements in liquids and live cell imaging, solid samples and soft tissues.
Through various examples this application note describes possible uses of confocal Raman microscopy and correlative techniques.
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