Raman Spectroscopic Probing of Molecular Profiles of Tumorigenicity in Colon Carcinoma Differential Cell Lines Associated with a Tumor-Specific Lipid Marker

Donfack, P.; Multhoff, G.; Materny, Arnulf
August 2010
AIP Conference Proceedings;8/6/2010, Vol. 1267 Issue 1, p414
Academic Journal
The article presents the findings of a research on Raman spectroscopic probing of molecular profiles of tumorigenicity in colon carcinoma differential cell lines associated with a tumor-specific lipid marker. In this work, Raman scattering techniques, including surface enhanced were variably applied to probe molecular profiles in differential tumorigenic. It was seen that Raman scattering discriminate efficiently between normal biological cells and tissues from cancerous cells.


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