A Different Kind of Cell Signal: New Method Enables Clear, Precise Imaging of Human Cells

The interdisciplinary Beckman Institute team included (from left): Anirudha Rao, a graduate student in bioengineering; Scott Robinson, the former Beckman Institute Microscopy Suite Manager; Seth Kenkel, a postdoctoral research associate; Rohit Bhargava, a professor of bioengineering and the director of the Cancer Center at Illinois; Matthew Confer, a postdoctoral fellow; and Lin Chen, a graduate research assistant.

Researchers at the Beckman Institute have developed a new infrared spectroscopy imaging method to visualize the fine structure and chemical composition of human cells with unmatched clarity and precision. The technique was recently featured in PNAS.

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Jenna Kurtzweil

Nov 27, 2022

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