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MALDI Imaging

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  1. Material analysis service


  1. Fee for service
  2. Resource Description
    MALDI Imaging: MALDI tissue imaging is a technique in which mass spectrometry is used to visualize and compare the spatial distribution of proteins, peptides, drug candidate compounds and their metabolites in thin slices of tissue samples. Briefly, a suitable MALDI matrix is sprayed on a thin slice of the tissue prior to mass spectrometric analysis. The spatial distribution of molecular species of the tissue is recorded by MALDI mass spectrometer and image processing software is used to visualize, compare and characterize the optical image of the sample. MALDI imaging is available on a Bruker Ultraflextreme MALDI TOF-TOF instrument (large molecules, e.g., proteins) and on the Bruker 15 T FT-ICR ultrahigh resolution instrument (small molecules with very accurate mass measurements).
  3. Service Fee URL
  4. Contact
    Liwen Zhang
  5. Service Provided by
    The CCC Proteomics Shared Resource (PSR)
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  8. Part of Collection
    Campus Chemical Instrument Center
  9. Part of Collection
    The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center Collection
  10. Part of Collection
    Dr. Vicki Wysocki Ohio Eminent Scholar Collection
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    The eagle-i Consortium is supported by NIH Grant #5U24RR029825-02 / Copyright 2016