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How to Start an SPRiExperiment

May 14, 2015

Spectroscopy

An SPR experiment is composed of several steps, from ligands immobilization to data analysis. Results can be reached using a SPRi system for real time and label-free, specific and sensitive interactions.

Multiplexed Detection of Antigens Using an Antibody Biochip

May 14, 2015

Spectroscopy

Surface Plasmon Resonance imaging (SPRi) instruments enable a large number of different label-free molecular interactions to be monitored simultaneously and in parallel in a single experiment. This multiplexing capability will be demonstrated using an antibody SPRi-Biochip™.

Optimization of SPRi Experimental Conditions Using the SPRi-Arrayer

May 14, 2015

Spectroscopy

Taking advantage of the multiplexing capabilities of SPR imaging, combined with the flexibility of the SPRi-Arrayer can help speed up the optimization steps necessary prior to kinetics analysis.

Simultaneous Measurement of Chlorophyll and Water Content in Navel Orange Leaves Based on Hyperspectral Imaging

April 01, 2014

Spectroscopy

Here, hyperspectral imaging was used to simultaneously estimate chlorophyll and water content of Gannan navel orange leaves.

A Picture of Pentacene

August 31, 2009

Scientists from IBM Research used an atomic force microscope to create the first-ever close-up image of a single molecule.

Advanced Infrared Imaging for Sample Analysis

August 01, 2009

Special Issues

The authors look at the ways in which an imaging FT-IR microscope system with an integrated linear array detector can aid in the examination of a wide array of samples.

Advantages of High OD Filters to Microscopy

July 01, 2009

Spectroscopy

The author discusses the use of filters in optical microscopy and the advantages that have been gained as a result of developments in filter technology.

The Revolution in Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometry: Spectrum Imaging at Output Count Rates Above 1 MHz with the Silicon Drift Detector on a Scanning Electron Microscope

July 01, 2009

Spectroscopy

The author discusses the improvements offered by silicon drift detector energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry (SDD-EDS) systems over the classic Si(Li)-EDS for mapping the compositional microstructure of matter with scanning electron microscopy (SEM).