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Fourier transform infra-red (FTIR) spectroscopy was used to assess carbon allocation in selected phytoplankton (Pediastrum duplex, Ceratium hirundinella, Anabaena flos-aquae) in a eutrophic lake. In contrast to bulk-analysis techniques, FTIR spectroscopy can provide information on carbon allocation at the species level within natural mixed populations.(More)
Mutations in the mitochondrial genome, and in particular the mt-tRNAs, are an important cause of human disease. Accurate classification of the pathogenicity of novel variants is vital to allow accurate genetic counseling for patients and their families. The use of weighted criteria based on functional studies-outlined in a validated pathogenicity scoring(More)
Fig. S1. Comparison of the effect of different data processing methods of FT-IR spectra on sample clustering, using C. reinhardtii grown in either standard TAP, Low P TAP, or Low N TAP media. PCA score plots of cut-down spectra processed using EMSC2 normalisation without derivatisation (a, b), spectra converted to their 1 st derivative before EMSC2(More)
Microalgae produce metabolites that could be useful for applications in food, biofuel or fine chemical production. The identification and development of suitable strains require analytical methods that are accurate and allow rapid screening of strains or cultivation conditions. We demonstrate the use of Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy to(More)
True 3D display systems like volumetric displays allow generation of autostereoscopic, multi-view 3D content that has real physical dimensions. However their uptake as a research tool within the HCI community is limited largely due to difficulties in buying or building such displays. The choice of commercially available systems is limited and constrains the(More)
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