Knowledge Center – Research

Clinical Studies

Label‑free spectral imaging to study drug distribution and metabolism in single living cells

February 3, 2021

During drug development, evaluation of drug and its metabolite is an essential process to understand drug activity, stability, toxicity and distribution. Liquid chromatography (LC) coupled with mass spectrometry (MS) has become the standard analytical tool for screening and identifying drug metabolites. Unlike LC/MS approach requiring liquifying the biological samples, we showed that spectral imaging (or spectral microscopy) could provide high‑resolution images of doxorubicin (dox) and its metabolite doxorubicinol (dox’ol) in single living cells. Using this new method, we performed measurements without destroying the biological samples

Read More

Spectral Imaging: Principles and Applications

July 17, 2018
Read More

Rapid microscopy measurement of very large spectral images

July 17, 2018
Read More

Seven-color Fluorescence Imaging of Tissue Samples Based on Fourier Spectroscopy and Singular Value Decomposition

July 17, 2018
Read More

Polychrome labeling of bone with seven different fluorochromes: Enhancing fluorochrome discrimination by spectral image analysis

July 17, 2018
Read More

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
brochures

Rainbow - Brochure

pdf icon