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Journal Highlight: Synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy as a novel tool to enable PAT applications in bioprocesses

Date: Jul 11, 2011

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Synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy was evaluated as a new tool for real-time bioprocess monitoring of animal cell cultures using bioreactor cultures of three monoclonal antibody-producing CHO cell lines. The technique provides data on various fluorescent compounds in a single spectrum, showing improved peak resolution and recording speed.

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Inked up: Electrophoresis spots forged documents

Date: Jul 1, 2011

Author: David Bradley

Discriminating between original documents produced using an inkjet printer is now much easier and could be used in forensic analysis to spot forgeries and counterfeit documents through the coupling of micellar electrophoretic capillary chromatography (MECC) and UV-Vis spectroscopic data.

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Journal Highlight: On site noninvasive assessment of peri-implant inflammation by optical spectroscopy

Date: Jun 13, 2011

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The diagnostic potential of optical spectroscopy in peri-implant inflammation in vivo was evaluated by assessing multiple inflammatory parameters (tissue oxygenation, total tissue hemoglobin, deoxyhemoglobin, oxygenated hemoglobin and tissue edema) simultaneously.

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Hold the Maya: ancient pigments analysed

Date: Jun 1, 2011

Author: David Bradley

UV-Vis spectroscopy and various other techniques have been used to analyse the yellow pigments found in Mayan wall paintings. The compouns present are the indigoids, including isatin and dehydroindigo. The spectra together with SEM/EDX, TEM and voltammetry of microparticles show that this ancient people had the recipe for making indigo itself and converting it to Maya Blue and Maya Yellow in a stepwise reaction sequence.

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Journal Highlight: Fluorescence spectroscopy characterization of cadmium sulfide quantum dots on metal, insulator, and semiconductor substrates

Date: May 9, 2011

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Fluorescence spectroscopy has been used to identify the range and maxima of excitation and emission spectra of colliodal cadmium sulfide quantum dots capped with dioctyl sulfosuccinate, deposited upon substrates of gold, mica and gallium arsenide.

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Cloudy correction: spectral change needed

Date: May 1, 2011

Author: David Bradley

Atmospheric and climate models may have overlooked the fact that exactly how clouds appear to reduce the amount of sunlight available for warming the surface of the earth depends on the wavelength being measured across the spectrum from infrared to ultraviolet. The finding could now help researchers improve climate models by factoring in the effects of cloud cover more precisely.

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Journal Highlight: Accuracy of optical spectroscopy for the detection of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia: Testing a device as an adjunct to colposcopy

Date: Apr 11, 2011

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An effective classification algorithm was derived for optical spectroscopy as an adjunct to colposcopy and preliminary estimates of its accuracy were obtained for the detection of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia or worse.

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A life-extending molecule to dye for: fluorescent revelations

Date: Apr 1, 2011

Author: David Bradley

Worms live longer if protein homeostasis is maintained by adding a dye molecule to their diet, according to new study. The dye molecule Thioflavin T precludes the kind of protein misfolding that, in humans, leads to aging effects and Alzheimer's disease.

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Journal Highlight: Optical properties of modified epoxy resin with various oxime derivatives in the UV-VIS spectral region

Date: Mar 14, 2011

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Optical absorbance measurements have been performed on an epoxy resin and the composites prepared by its modification with two different oxime derivatives (benzaldoxime and 2-furaldoxime) at 190-680 nm by unpolarized light and the data have been used to determine various optical properties.

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It's in the brew: coffee antioxidants formed by roasting

Date: Mar 1, 2011

Author: David Bradley

UV-Vis spectroscopy and fluorescence studies reveal that the antioxidants in coffee with the most potent assumed health benefits are formed by the roasting of beans rather than being present in the raw green beans. The results are reported in detail in the journal Food Research International.

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