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Position: Home > issue > November 28, 2021 Volume 2, Issue 4
Mass spectrometry imaging-based multi-modal technique: Next-generation of biochemical analysis strategy
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Author: Chao Zhao, Lei Guo, Jiyang Dong, Zongwei Cai

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Take a typical mouse fetus imaging for example to clarify the characteristics of MSI-based multi-modal technique

Using advanced molecular imaging techniques, we can acquire the primary disturbance of spatial and temporal information based on histological variations, which has the potential to differentiate the intra-/extraheterogeneity and to predict disease progression or metastasis status in biological systems. Most of the biological and chemical imaging techniques depend on ¡°inherent properties¡± to visualize the target compounds and their interactions from different forms of samples, such as elemental bond information, the mass-to-charge ratio (m/z), molecular fragment, ion mobility, and functional groups.


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https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xinn.2021.100151

Citation:
Zhao C., Guo L., Dong J., Cai Z. (2021). Mass spectrometry imaging-based multi-modal technique: Next-generation of biochemical analysis strategy. The Innovation. 2(4),100151.





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