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National Research Resource for
Imaging Mass Spectrometry
Advanced Technology for Tissue Biology

 AIMS 2015

Imaging
Mass Spectrometry
Short Course

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Our expertise in the development and application of MALDI mass spectrometry to the analysis of clinical specimens and our access to world-class clinical research resources creates a unique problem-solving environment. This supports development of new imaging capabilities and facilitates rapid application of the technologies to problems of clinical significance.

 

Research projects within the Resource are categorized as:

Technology advances within the Resource are designed to be interactive and integrative with ongoing biological research programs. Just as Technology Research and Development enables new biological investigations, the Driving Biology Projects inform the development of tools that help solve problems of relevance.

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