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2009Biomedical applications of X-ray absorption and vibrational spectroscopic microscopies in obtaining structural information from complex systemsAitken, Jade; Carter, Elizabeth; Hackett, Mark; Harris, Hugh; Lay, Peter; Levina, Aviva; Chen, C.-I.; Eastgate, Harold; Lai, Barry; Lee, Y.-C.; Vogt, Stefan; Chemistry; Chemistry; Chemistry; Chemistry; Chemistry; ChemistryBiomedical applications of X-ray absorption and vibrational spectroscopic microscopies in obtaining structural information from complex systems, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, vol.79, 2, 2009,pp 176-184
2011Chemical alterations to murine brain tissue induced by formalin fixation: implications for biospectroscopic imaging and mapping studies of disease pathogenesisAitken, Jade; Carter, Elizabeth; El Assaad, Fatima; Grau, Georges; Hackett, Mark; Hunt, Nicholas; Lay, Peter; Levina, Aviva; McQuillan, James; Cohen, David D.; Siegele, Rainer; Chemistry; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: PathologyChemical alterations to murine brain tissue induced by formalin fixation: implications for biospectroscopic imaging and mapping studies of disease pathogenesis, The Analyst, vol.136, 14, 2011,pp 2941-2952
2012FTIR imaging of brain tissue reveals crystalline creatine deposits are an ex vivo marker of localized ischemia during murine cerebral malaria: General implications for disease neurochemistryCarter, Elizabeth; El Assaad, Fatima; Grau, Georges; Hackett, Mark; Hunt, Nicholas; Lay, Peter; Lee, Joonsup; McQuillan, James; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: PathologyFTIR imaging of brain tissue reveals crystalline creatine deposits are an ex vivo marker of localized ischemia during murine cerebral malaria: General implications for disease neurochemistry, ACS Chemical Neuroscience, vol.3, 12, 2012,pp 1017-1024
2011Investigation of the mouse cerebellum using STIM and μ-PIXE spectrometric and FTIR spectroscopic mapping and imagingAitken, Jade; Carter, Elizabeth; El Assaad, Fatima; Grau, Georges; Hackett, Mark; Hunt, Nicholas; Lay, Peter; McQuillan, James; Cohen, David D.; Siegele, Rainer; Chemistry; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: PathologyInvestigation of the mouse cerebellum using STIM and μ-PIXE spectrometric and FTIR spectroscopic mapping and imaging, Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research. Section B, vol.269, 20, 2011,pp 2260-2263
2013Light and heavy ion beam analysis of thin biological sectionsGrau, Georges; Hackett, Mark; Hunt, Nicholas; Lay, Peter; Lee, Joonsup; Cohen, David D.; Pastuovic, Zeljko; Siegele, Rainer; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; ChemistryLight and heavy ion beam analysis of thin biological sections, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research. Section B, vol.306, N/A, 2013,pp 129-133
2015Mechanisms of murine cerebral malaria: Multimodal imaging of altered cerebral metabolism and protein oxidation at hemorrhage sitesAitken, Jade; Ball, Helen; Carter, Elizabeth; El Assaad, Fatima; Grau, Georges; Hackett, Mark; Hunt, Nicholas; Lay, Peter; McQuillan, James; Cohen, David D.; De Jonge, Martin; Paterson, David; Siegele, Rainer; Tobin, Mark; Vogt, Stefan; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Chemistry; School of Medical Sciences: PathologyMechanisms of murine cerebral malaria: Multimodal imaging of altered cerebral metabolism and protein oxidation at hemorrhage sites, Science Advances, vol.6, 4, 2015,pp 7-16