Learn more about the diverse applications of photothermal AFM-IR in life sciences, for samples from tissue to single protein fibrils.
Photothermal AFM-IR can provide nanoscale chemical information with highly resolved IR spectra, that directly correlate to FTIR transmission spectroscopy. This webinar covers numerous AFM-IR applications in the field of life sciences, illustrating broad applicability for samples from tissue to single protein fibrils. The speaker also discusses issues, challenges, and potentials of correlative measurements.
Some of the samples and applications presented include:
The speaker discusses the new experimental approaches developed to solve problems encountered during these studies, and the efforts to overcome technical constraints imposed by the system itself, such as:
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Dr. Ariane Deniset-Besseau