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Poster Hall MALDI Imaging

The first joint IMSS/OURCON meeting was very well attended with participants from across the globe presenting research across a diverse range of Imaging techniques using mass spectrometry. Illustrative of that diversity is a selection of the research that was presented using Bruker MALDI Imaging systems. 

We are grateful to the authors for allowing their posters to be included.

Cancer

Poster 2019: Derangements of amino acids in cachectic skeletal muscle are caused by mitochondrial dysfunction

Poster 2019: MALDI-MSI analysis enables a spatially resolved characterisation of the proteome and metabolome in radiotherapy treated HNSCC

Poster 2019: Multimodal FTIR Microscopy-guided MALDI Mass Spectrometry Imaging for Tumor Analysis

Poster 2019: Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Imaging Reveals Mutation Status-independent Lack of Imatinib Penetration in Liver Metastases of Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors

Poster 2019: Optimized data analysis pipeline for MALDI MSI based tumor typing from FFPE tissue samples evaluated on six benchmark classification tasks

Poster 2019: Predicting Lymph Node Metastasis in Endometrial Cancer by multi-modal mass spectrometry imaging

Poster 2018: A novel imaging mass spectrometry method for visualizing chemical communication in metastasis

Poster 2018: N-Linked Glycan Branching and Fucosylation are Increased Directly in HCC Tissue as Determined Through in situ Glycan Imaging

Poster 2018: Site-to-site reproducibility of Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization Mass Spectrometry Imaging from Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded samples

Poster 2018: Altered metabolism in prostate cancer and stroma detected through MALDI-TOF MSI

Poster 2018: Combining Mass Spectrometry Imaging and top-down proteomics to predict immunotherapy response in non-small-cell lung cancer patients

Poster 2018: Discrimination of normal oral mucosa from oral cancer by mass spectrometry imaging of proteins and lipids

Clinical

Environmental and Industry

Glycans

Lipids

Metabolites

Pharma

Proteins

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