Discrimination of prostate cancer cells and non-malignant cells using secondary ion mass spectrometry.
AuthorsBaker, Matthew J
Brown, Michael D
Clarke, Noel W
Vickerman, John C
Lockyer, Nicholas P
AffiliationManchester Interdisciplinary Biocentre, Centre for Instrumentation and Analytical Science, School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, The University of Manchester, UK. M.Bakeremail@example.com
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AbstractThis communication utilises Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) combined with multivariate analysis to obtain spectra from the surfaces of three closely related cell lines allowing their discrimination based upon mass spectral ions.
CitationDiscrimination of prostate cancer cells and non-malignant cells using secondary ion mass spectrometry. 2008, 133 (2):175-9 Analyst
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