5th Workshop FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostic
Robert Koch-Institute, October 21-22, 2004
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M. Wenning (Freising, Germany)
Microbial population analyses by FT-IR microspectroscopy

M. Mossoba (College Park, USA)
Printing microarrays of bacteria for identification by IR

J. Kirkwood (Montreal, Canada)
Molecular fingerprinting of 47 Clostridium botulinum isolates by Focal-Plane-Array Fourier Transform Infrared (FPA-FTIR) spectroscopy

C. Klaassen (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
FTIR library for routine medical microbial diagnostics

M. Boese (Ettlingen, Germany)
FT-IR analyzer for routine microbiology

G. Sockalingum (Reims, France)
Species and subspecies identifcation of Candida clinical isolates by FTIR and RAPD techniques

K. Eschrich (Leipzig, Germany)
Identification and differentiation of bacteria by MALDI-TOF MS

K. Maquelin (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
Raman spectroscopic analysis of microorganisms, finding the limits of sensitivity

D. Hutsebaut (Ghent, Belgium)
On the taxonomic resolution of Raman microspectroscopy: Identification within the highly related Bacillus subtilis group

R. Rösch (Jena, Germany)
Micro-Raman spectroscopic identification of single bacteria from clean room production

R. Goodacre (Manchester, U.K.)
Enhancing Raman spectroscopy for the rapid identification of microorganisms

B. Wood (Clayton, Australia)
Raman microscopy and imaging in malaria research

M. Diem (New York, USA)
Raman and infrared micro-spectroscopy of individual cells: A summary

S. Boydston-White (New York, USA)
FTIR microspectroscopy of single proliferating eukaryotic cells

P. Gardner (Manchester, U.K.)
A study of cytokinetic and motile prostate cancer cells using synchrotron based FTIR - microspectroscopic imaging

D. Moss (Karlsruhe, Germany)
IR microspectroscopy of single live cells

C. Wilhelm (Leipzig, Germany)
FT-IR spectroscopy of algal cells

P. Heraud (Clayton, Australia)
In vivo IR mapping of micro-algal cells using synchrotron sources

G. Fischer (Aachen, Germany)
Identification of airborne microfungi by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) based on mycelial extracts

A. Bosch (La Plata, Argentina)
Development of a new technique for the detection of Moraxella bovis piliated cells using spectroscopic markers of type IV pili

R.K. Sahu (Beer Sheva, Israel)
Variations in FTIR spectra between opaque and transparent phenotypic variants of Streptococcus pneumoniae

A. Piry (Ettlingen, Germany)
Bioprocess control by FT-IR spectroscopy


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