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Advanced search. Skip to main content. Subjects Clinical microbiology Mass spectrometry. Abstract The accurate and timely identification of the causative organism of infection is important in ensuring the optimum treatment regimen is prescribed for a patient. Introduction The rapid and accurate identification of the causative organism of an infection is fundamental in ensuring that a patient receives the most appropriate and effective treatment, in the shortest possible timeframe.
Figure 1. Full size image. Results and Discussion The use of REIMS as a potential tool in diagnostic microbiology has, to date, utilised electrical diathermy to thermally disrupt biomass, creating a vapour containing analytes in gas-phase. Optimisation of ALDI-MS Analytical Set-Up Initial optimisation of the laser operational parameters, including power and pulse modes was conducted on 15 Escherichia coli isolates using the experimental set-up shown in Fig. Figure 2. Figure 3.
Figure 4. Figure 5. Full size table. Experimental Section Culturing of Microorganisms For REIMS analysis, a total of microbial isolates 15 isolates collected from distinct clinical patients from ten microbial species — nine bacterial and one yeast were cultured according to conditions outlined in the accompanying supporting information. Data and Statistical Analysis To correct for mass drift and remove background mass spectral signals, all.
Safety Considerations Throughout the work detailed here, all microbial isolates were treated as potential Hazard Group 2 organisms and thus, were handled within containment level two facilities. References 1. Article Google Scholar 6.
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Multimodal laser ablation/desorption imaging analysis of Zn and MMP in breast tissues.
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