Wang, K., Donnarumma, F., Baldone, M. D., & Murray, K. K. Infrared laser ablation and capture of enzymes with conserved activity. Anal Chim Acta, 1027, 41–46 (2018). Abstract Infrared (IR) laser ablation at 3 μm wavelength was used to extract enzymes from tissue and quantitatively determine their activity. Experiments were conducted with trypsin, which was ablated, […]
Infrared Laser Ablation Microsampling for Mass Spectrometry Imaging (CHE-1709526) is a $0.35M award to Louisiana State University and Baylor University from the National Science Foundation Division of Chemistry to support the development of new techniques for biological imaging. Thank you NSF for 20+ years of support.