Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Complex Microbial Communities

  title={Mass Spectrometry
Imaging of Complex Microbial Communities},
  author={Sage J B Dunham and Joseph F Ellis and Bin Li and Jonathan V. Sweedler},
  booktitle={Accounts of chemical research},
In the two decades since mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) was first applied to visualize the distribution of peptides across biological tissues and cells, the technique has become increasingly effective and reliable. MSI excels at providing complementary information to existing methods for molecular analysis-such as genomics, transcriptomics, and metabolomics-and stands apart from other chemical imaging modalities through its capability to generate information that is simultaneously multiplexed… CONTINUE READING
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