6th Workshop FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostic
Robert Koch-Institute, October 25-26, 2007
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R. Dluhy (Athens, USA)
Novel nanoarray SERS substrates for high sensitivity biomedical pathogen sensing and classifiacation

V. Deckert (Dortmund, Germany)
Tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (TERS) - Applications in the life sciences

J. Kneipp (Berlin, Germany)
Intracellular applications of surface-enhanced Raman scattering

A. Ismail (Montreal, Canada)
Bacteria identification by infrared imaging spectroscopy

L. E. Rodriguez-Saona (Columbus, USA)
High-throughput differentiation of spoilage bacteria and foodborne pathogens by infrared microspectroscopy and multivariate analysis

M. Wenning (Freising, Germany)
Complex artificial neural networks for identification of lactic acid bacteria

K. Maquelin (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
Raman spectroscopy in clinical microbiology

R. Goodacre (Manchester, U.K.)
Analysing abiotic perturbations to biological systems using vibrational spectroscopies

O. Preisner (Lisbon, Portugal)
Application of FT-IR spectroscopy and chemometrics for differentiation of Salmonella enteritidis phagotypes

J. Popp (Jena, Germany)
Micro-Raman spectroscopy of single bacterial cells

G. D. Sockalingum (Reims, France)
Applications of FT-IR spectroscopy in medical mycology

B. Wood (Clayton, Australia)
Raman acoustic levitation spectroscopy (RALS) of living cells: Applications to malaria diagnosis and phytoplankton research

C. Wilhelm (Leipzig, Germany)
Quantitative FT-IR spectroscopy in plant cells - The state of the art

A. Naumann (Göttingen, Germany)
FTIR spectroscopy and imaging of wood-destroying fungi

M. Diem (Boston, USA)
Detection of abnormalities in squamous cells

Ph. Heraud (Clayton, Australia)
Characterisation of the differentiation of embryonic stem cells into defined neural lineages using vibrational microspectroscopy

C. Krafft (Dresden, Germany)
Differentiation of individual human mesenchymal stem cells probed by FTIR microscopic imaging

G. Déléris (Bordeaux, France)
FT-IR spectrometry and imaging for concentrations measurements: a tool to explore cell metabolic status

P. Rösch (Jena, Germany)
Liquor investigation by means of Raman spectroscopy

D. Moss (Karlsruhe, Germany)
Investigating single living cells with synchrotron infrared microspectroscopy

A. Kohler (Aas, Norway)
Biochemometrics for the analysis of several data sets

A. Schmidt (Ettlingen, Germany)
Validation of FTIR systems for the investigation of microorganisms

A. Bosch (La Plata, Argentina)
Infrared spectroscopic and molecualr characterization of clinical and environmental atypical Burkholderia cepacia complex strains from Argentina

J. W. Allwood (Manchester, U.K.)
Investigating plant-pathogen interactions with FT-IR metabolomic fingerprinting and ESI-MS metabolomic profiling

P. Lasch (Berlin, Germany)
Characterization of highly pathogenic microorganisms by MALDI-ToF mass spectrometry and chemometrics


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