7th Workshop FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostic
Robert Koch-Institute, October 15-16, 2098
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M. Wenning (Freising, Germany)
Comprehensive FT-IR reference data bases for microbial species identification and strain typing

G. Puppels (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
The SpectraCell Raman-system for strain differentiation of bacteria

P. Rösch (Jena, Germany)
Micro-Raman spectroscopy of single bacterial cells

A. Bosch (La Plata, Argentina)
FTIR and complementary techniques used to study microbial biofilms

F. Humbert (Villers-lès-Nancy, France)
Applications of ATR-FTIR spectroscopy for the in-situ study of early stages of biofilm formation: spectroscopic characterization and monitoring

N.P. Ivleva (Munich, Germany)
Raman microscopy and surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) for in situ analysis of biofilms

J. Kneipp (Berlin, Germany)
1-P and 2-P-excited SERS for biodiagnostic sensing

R.A. Dluhy (Athens, USA)
Novel nanoarray SERS substrates for high sensitivity microarray sensing

V. Deckert (Jena, Germany)
From anino acids to proteins - spectral analysis on the nanometer scale using tip-enhanced Raman scattering

C. Krafft (Jena, Germany)
Cell identification based on Raman spectroscopy in combination with optical trapping

G.D. Sockalingum (Reims, France)
Analysis of human cancer cells and their response to antitumour drug treatment by Raman and infrared microspectroscopies

H.M. Heise (Dortmund, Germany)
Leucocyte measurements during whole blood monitoring by infrared spectroscopy: Novel opportunities for testing the hemocompatibility of materials?

A. Hobro (Vienna, Austria)
Fourier-Transform Infrared (FTIR) microscopic imaging of a whole organism

A. Kohler (Aas, Norway)
A new phenotyping paradigm for understanding the functional genomics of yeasts

M. Diem (Boston, USA)
Analysis of the spectral changes between normal and abnormal individual cells

B. Wood (Melbourne, Australia)
Shedding new light on dark DNA

J.M. Schubert (Boston, USA)
Spectral cytopathology: Observing biochemical changes within normal looking squamous cells of the oral cavity and cervical epithelium

P. Gardner (Manchester, UK)
Resonant Mie scattering in infrared spectroscopy of biological materials - understanding the "dispersion artefact"

K. Maquelin (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
Raman spectroscopy for rapid identification and typing of microbial pathogens

A. Hermelink (Berlin, Germany)
Raman-investigation of microbial cell populations

R. Goodacre (Manchester, UK)
Mapping abiotic stress on microbial sytems

V. Shapaval (Aas, Norway)
A high-throughput microcultivation protocol for microbial source tracking of fungi by FTIR spectroscopy

P. Heraud (Melbourne, Australia)
Fourier transform infrared microspectroscopy identifies early lineage commitment in differentiating human embryonic stem cells (hESCs)

D. McNaughton (Melbourne, Australia)
Raman micro-spectroscopy of Chromera velia, a photosynthetic alveolate closely related to apicomplexan parasites

H. Wagner (Leipzig, Germany)
The use of FTIR spectroscopy for process optimization of microalgae biotechnology


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