Sample Preparation for Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Plant Tissues: A Review

@inproceedings{Dong2016SamplePF,
  title={Sample Preparation for Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Plant Tissues: A Review},
  author={Yonghui Dong and Bin Li and Sergey Malitsky and Ilana Rogachev and Asaph Aharoni and Filip Kaftan and Ale{\vs} Svato{\vs} and Pietro Franceschi},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2016}
}
Mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) is a mass spectrometry based molecular ion imaging technique. It provides the means for ascertaining the spatial distribution of a large variety of analytes directly on tissue sample surfaces without any labeling or staining agents. These advantages make it an attractive molecular histology tool in medical, pharmaceutical, and biological research. Likewise, MSI has started gaining popularity in plant sciences; yet, information regarding sample preparation methods… CONTINUE READING

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