11th Workshop FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostic
Robert Koch-Institute, October 19-20, 2017
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A. Banas (Singapore)
Qualitative Analysis of Human Sebum in Sebaceous Glands in-situ Using FTIR Microspectroscopy

K. Banas (Singapore)
Comparison of Work-flows for Spectral Data Pre-processing and Multivariate Statistical Analysis by Means of Open Source Solutions: Orange (Python) and R Studio (R language)

G. Bellisola (Frascati, Italy)
Infrared Analysis of Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Cell Models

O. Bibikova (Berlin, Germany)
MIR-fiber Spectroscopy for Tumor Sensing: In Competition with Raman, NIR-reflection, Fluorescence – or in Combination?

R. Breitenbach (Berlin, Germany)
Microscopy-based Raman Spectroscopy of Fungal Melanins in a Genetically Amenable Ascomycete

D. Casagrande Pierantoni (Perugia, Italy)
High-Contrast Brillouin and Raman Micro-spectroscopy for Simultaneous Mechanical and Chemical Investigation of Microbial Biofilms.

N. Chaudhary (Dublin, Ireland)
Evaluation of T-Cell Activation with Raman Microspectroscopy

E. Cordero (Jena, Germany)
A Compact Raman Imaging System for Bladder Tissue Analysis

L. Corte (Perugia, Italy)
Merging FT-IR and NGS for Simultaneous Phenotypic and Genotypic Identification of Pathogenic Candida Species

M. Dahms (Jena, Germany)
Raman Micro-spectroscopic Identification of Streptococcus pneumoniae Differentiated from other Streptococcus species

S. Diehn (Berlin, Germany)
Hierarchical Classification of Variations in Grass Pollen Quality Using MALDI-TOF MS

D. Fioretto (Perugia, Italy)
Microbial Single Cell Detection with Raman Spectroscopy: Taxonomic Resolution and Data Accuracy

A. Flack (Reims, France)
Vibrational Spectroscopy as a High Throughput Technique for Bacteria Identification

S. Fornasaro (Trieste, Italy)
Surface-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Oncology: A Study on Sample Preparation

C. Garcia-Timermans (Ghent, Belgium)
Sample Preparation for Bacteria Identification with Raman Spectroscopy

M. Grube (Riga, Latvia)
FT-IR Microspectroscopy of Cancer Cells and Extracellular Vesicles

C. Hartmann (Munich, Germany)
Modified Protein Complexes for Non-Invasive Molecular Control

Z. Heiner (Berlin, Germany)
Surface Enhanced Hyper Raman Spectroscopy for Bioapplications

K. Hinrichs (Berlin, Germany)
Enhanced IR Microscopic Biosensing: Microfluidic and Nanopolarimetric Applications

P. Hoffmann (Jena, Germany)
Detection of the Cellular Uptake and Localizationof PhotoCORMs by means of FT-IR Micro-spectroscopic Imaging

A. Jaworska (Warsaw, Poland)
PM-IRRAS and AFM Studies on Modified ssDNA Adsorbed on Gold

F. Küçük Baloglu (Ankara, Turkey)
Investigation of Therapeutic Effect of Palmitoleic Acid on Obesity Induced Type 2 Diabetes in Adipose Tissue by Fourier Transform Infrared Microspectroscopy

W.M. Kwiatek (Krakow, Poland)
Application of AFM-IR to Study Human Lenses and Chromosomes

F. Lauer (Berlin, Germany)
Identification of Pollen Grains in Mixtures Using Hyperspectral MALDI-TOF MS Imaging

I.M. Le-Deygen (Moscow, Russia)
Interaction of Magnetic Nanorods Coated by Dopamine with Anionic Liposomes as Revealed by FTIR Spectroscopy

C.L. Lima (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Infrared spectroscopy determining the biochemical changes in premalignant skin lesions submitted to photodynamic therapy

X.Y. Liu (Jena, Germany)
Confocal Raman Imaging Integrated with Non-Negative Matrix Factorization Analysis on Spatiotemporal Distribution of Major Components in Biofilm

B. Lorenz (Jena, Germany)
Preparation of Blood Samples for Raman Microspectroscopy on Single Bacteria Cells

J. Mathurin (Paris, France)
Label-Free Imaging to Characterize New Antibiotics Carriers by IR Nanospectroscopy

A.S. Mondol (Jena, Germany)
Development of Raman Platform for Single Cell Analysis

O. Morgaienko (Munich, Germany)
Visualization of Pollutant Degrading Bacteria via Bioorthogonal Noncanonical Amino Acid Tagging Coupled to Surface-enhanced Raman Scattering

C. Paluszkiewicz (Krakow, Poland)
Studies of Cancerous Tissues Composition Using FTIR and Raman Microspectroscopy Methods

L. Quaroni (Krakow, Poland)
AFM-IR Spectromicroscopy and Imaging of Vesicles, Micelles, Organelles and Cytoskeletal Structures in Fibroblasts

L. Quaroni (Krakow, Poland)
Nanoscale Mid-infrared Spectroscopic and Imaging Studies of Single Phospholipid Bilayers as Models of Biological Membranes

L. Quaroni (Krakow, Poland)
Infrared Spectral Fingerprints of the Toxicity Effects of CH3NH3PbI3 and CH3NH3SnI3 Photovoltaic Perovskites

L. Roscini (Perugia, Italy)
“Checker-FTIR”: Applying FTIR to Checker Board Assays for Drug Mixtures Inhibition Tests

A. Rüther (Victoria, Australia)
A Multimodel Approach to Babesia bovis Diagnosis

A. Schie (Jena, Germany)
High-throughput Raman Spectroscopy of Single Cells

T. Shaykhutdinov (Berlin, Germany)
IR Nanopolarimetry: Anisotropy in Biomolecular Assemblies and Thin Biofilms

K. Shvirksts (Riga, Latvia)
Single Factor Stress Response Studies of Mcf-7 Breast Cancer Cells by FTIR Spectroscopy

J. Solheim (As, Norway)
Fast Resonant Mie-scatter Correction Algorithm: Parameter Choice and Validation

L. Sykora (Munich, Germany)
ATR-FTIR Microplate Reader and Micromachined ATR Silicon Crystals

R. Weiss (Munich, Germany)
Raman Microspectroscopy for Non-invasive, Three-dimensional Analysis of Biofilms

C. Wichmann (Jena, Germany)
Influence of CO2-Concentration on Raman Spectra of Bacteria

W. Yang (Jena, Germany)
Fiber Optic Probe-Based Raman Imaging Using Positional Tracking

I. Zeise (Berlin, Germany)
Analysis of Plant Tissues Using Vibrational and Other Spectroscopic Methods and Multivariate Approaches

V. Zivanovic (Berlin, Germany)
Comprehensive Vibrational Characterization of the Interaction of Liposomes and Gold Nanoparticles


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