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Mass spectrometry

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Fleximaging 2.0 software from Bruker Daltonics Inc. enables acquisition and evaluation of Maldi-Tof and Tof/Tof data with its Flex mass spectrometers. Maldi imaging with the software enables color-coded visualization of the distribution of biomarkers or absorbed drugs and their major metabolites. Integrating multivariate statistical analyses such as PCA or variance ranking, the software makes possible classification of tissue types such as mamma carcinoma and determination of class membership of comparable tissues such as those from other individuals or animals used in drug development.


BioPhotonics
Feb 2007
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