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Spectroscopy
Volume 17 (2003), Issue 2-3, Pages 139-159
http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2003/486940

Tracking Chemical Changes in a Live Cell: Biomedical Applications of SR-FTIR Spectromicroscopy

Hoi-Ying N. Holman,1,2 Michael C. Martin,1 and Wayne R. McKinney1

1Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, CA-94720, USA
2Mail Stop 70A-3317, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, CA-94720, USA

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