8th Workshop FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostic
Robert Koch-Institute, October 20-21, 2011
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M. Baranska, K. Malek (Krakow, Poland)
Imaging of lipids in atherosclerotic lesions by FT-IR spectroscopy and hierarchicalcluster analysis

C. Beleites (Trieste, Italy)
Validation of soft classifiers for cells and tissues

G. Bellisola, M. Vezzalini (Verona, Italy)
Testing drug resistance/sensitivity in leukemic cell lines by microFT-IR

A. Bonifacio (Trieste, Italy)
Raman imaging of a living multicellular organism: A study on the nature, source and function of pigments in Echiniscus tardigrades

T. Büchner (Berlin, Germany)
Surface-enhanced Raman scattering on hemoglobin

D. Cialla (Jena, Germany)
Towards mulitmodal readout application of plasmonic arrays verified by DNA detection schemes

V. Ciobota (Jena, Germany)
The effect of storage materials on the identification results of bacteria by means of Raman spectroscopy

K.L. Cloyd (London, U.K.)
Examining aortic valvular interstitial cells live utilizing Raman spectroscopy

G.M.A. de Abreu (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Fourier transform infrared microspectroscopy as a dynamic tool in rapid identification of clinically and hospital relevant microorganisms

P. Demir (Ankara, Turkey)
FTIR spectroscopic investigation of ionizing radiation-induced damage and possible protective effect of melatonin on rat brain crude membrane proteins and lipids

A. Dogan (Berlin, Germany)
ATR-FTIR spectroscopy reveals genomic loci regulating the tissue response in high fat diet fed BXD recombinant inbred mouse strains

D. Drescher (Berlin, Germany)
Combination of SERS and advanced microscopic methods for the investigation of protein-particle-cell interactions

P. Gardner (Manchester, U.K.)
Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy analysis of human pancreatic progenitor cell lines

M. Grube (Riga, Latvia)
FT-IR analysis of dermal stem cell macromolecular profile during neurodifferentiation

M. Grube (Riga Latvia)
Development of FTIR method for simultaneous baker's yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae biomass and trehalose quantifications

M. Gühlke (Berlin, Germany)
Bifunctional silver/iron oxide nanostructures for the combination of magnetic separation and SERS

M. Hedegaard (London, U.K.)
Stem cell treated osteogenesis imperfecta bone imaged using Raman spectroscopy

H.M. Heise (Iserlohn, Germany)
Cultivation of Chlorella sorokiniana microalgae under nitrogen limitation with composition monitored by FTIR spectroscopy using the KBr-micropellet technique

H.M. Heise (Iserlohn, Germany)
Comparison of different measurement techniques for IR-spectroscopic characterisation of microorganisms

P. Hermann (Berlin, Germany)
Correlation of electron microscopy and near-field Raman spectroscopy

C. Hughes (Manchester, U.K.)
Advancements in single cell FTIR imaging: Evaluating RMieS-EMSC corrected single cell images at the diffraction limit

M. Jimenez-Hernandez (Manchester, U.K.)
A novel technique for the extraction of single cell spectra from an IR image

V. Joseph (Berlin, Germany)
Design and characterization of SERS active surfaces for use in analytical applications

A. Jungandreas (Leipzig, Germany)
Analyzing the silica content in diatoms via FTIR spectroscopy

S.A. Khaustova (Moscow, Russia)
Fiber sensors for noninvasive physical stress monitoring

S. Kloß (Jena, Germany)
Single-cell-identification of different Streptococcus species by micro-Raman spectroscopy

S. Kostudis (Jena, Germany)
Investigation on host response of human monocytes by Raman spectroscopy

J. Kowalska (Krakow, Poland)
μ-FTIR and μ-XRF synchrotron-based spectroscopic studies of atherosclerotic plaques of apoE knockout mice

D. Kusic (Jena, Germany)
Rapid classification and identification of pathogenic Legionella species in water samples by Raman spectroscopy

P. Lasch (Berlin, Germany)
Differentiation of hospital-associated and commensal Enterococcus faecium isolates using MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry

A. Lenzner (Berlin, Germany)
Investigation of adverse effects of silver nanoparticles in THP-1 cells by means of FTIR microspectroscopy - concept and preliminary results

X. Lin (Jena, Germany)
Distinction of nucleobases - a tip-enhanced Raman approach

E. Lipiec (Krakow, Poland)
Application of synchrotron-based FTIR spectroscopy to study DNA damage in single cells irradiated by proton and X-ray microbeams

Z. Liu (Leipzig, Germany)
Quantification of phytoplankton cell properties from mixed cultures and natural samples by FT-IR spectroscopy using flow cytometry

A. Martin (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Infrared spectroscopy study of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans ATCC29523, JP2 clone and clinical strains isolated from the human blood

A. Matschulat (Berlin, Germany)
Synchrotron-based microspectroscopy of human tissue samples at the Metrology Light Source (MLS)

N. Mauder (Fellbach, Germany)
Differentiation of Salmonella enterica serovar enteritidis strains for vaccination by infrared spectroscopy

A.I. Mazur (Boston, USA)
The role of fixation in the diagnosis of disease using spectral cytopathology

A.I. Mazur (Boston, USA)
Screening the oral mucosa in an independent pre-clinical trial for disease diagnosis using infrared micro-spectroscopy

S. Meisel (Jena, Germany)
Rapid identification of pathogenic milk contaminations

J. Monahan (Boston, USA)
Raman-active gold nanoparticles as beacons in cervical cancer cells

U. Münchberg (Jena, Germany)
Oil vesicles in Mortierellales - spatial investigation by means of Raman micro-spectroscopy

A. Naumann (Berlin, Germany)
Listeria monocytogenes in milk biofilms

U. Neugebauer (Jena, Germany)
Biological variance and statistical variation in the Raman spectra of human cells depending on the origin and the collection time

S. Pahlow (Jena, Germany)
Magnetic beads for SERS based sequence specific DNA detection

M. Pleitez (Frankfurt/Main, Germany)
Infrared spectroscopic analysis of human interstitial fluid in vitro and in vivo using FT-IR spectroscopy and pulsed quantum cascade lasers (QCL)

A. Roth, F. Dornuf (Frankfurt/Main, Germany)
Reagent-free online monitoring of patient detoxification during hemodialysis using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy

L. Schabauer (Vienna, Austria)
Identification and differentiation of mastitic associated Streptococcus spp. and related bacteria by FTIR - spectroscopy

J.M. Schubert (Boston, USA)
Spectral cytopathology: Towards relating spectroscopic changes with their biological source

S. Seifert (Berlin, Germany)
Surface enhanced Raman scattering on aqueous pollen extracts

B. Seise (Jena, Germany)
Microstructured optical fiber for pathogen detection via localized surface plasmon resonance sensing and surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy

I. Sen (Ankara, Turkey)
Effect of obesity on different adipose tissues in inbred obese mouse models: An ATR-FTIR study

F. Severcan (Ankara, Turkey)
Investigation of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell properties in patients with beta thalassemia major: FTIR spectroscopy and imaging study

S. Stöckel (Jena, Germany)
Micro-Raman spectroscopic identification of Bacillus anthracis

K. Weber (Jena, Germany)
Towards reusable SERS arrays in analytical applications

D.R. Whelan (Clayton, Australia)
Monitoring the fully reversible B to A-like DNA transformation in live bacteria cells using FTIR

O.M. Yantorno (La Plata, Argentina)
Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy as a tool to evaluate the effect of Lactobacillus plantarum supernatant on Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm development


 

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