miércoles, 13 de febrero de 2019

Real-World Applications of Bioanalytical Techniques

 February 13, 2019 
 Life Science Microscopy 
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Discover real-world applications of life science microscopy techniques and other bioanalytical methods. This chapter of the Pittcon ebook includes an industry guide to clinical spectroscopy, biomonitoring, how analysis can lead to diagnosis, bioanalytical techniques used in the crime scene and more.
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 What is Transmission Electron Microscopy?
What is Transmission Electron Microscopy?Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is a technique used to observe the features of very small specimens. The technology uses an accelerated beam of electrons, which passes through a very thin specimen to enable a scientist the observe features such as structure and morphology.
 What is Ultraviolet Microscopy?
What is Ultraviolet Microscopy?Ultraviolet (UV) microscopy is a type of light microscopy that utilizes UV light to generate a magnified image of the sample being analyzed. As a result of the shorter wavelength of UV light than visible light, it is possible to view samples with greater magnification and resolution.
 Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy Uses in Research
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