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Evaluation of sensory and composition properties in young tea shoots and their estimation by near infrared spectroscopy and partial least squares techniques

NIR-23_4-F1-sTea is harvested from the bud, the first leaf and the first three leaves up to a maximum of four leaves. Quality decreases from the bud down as the parts become older. This study looks at the use of NIR spectroscopy to determine optimal production using the harvested material.

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Protein concentration prediction in cell cultures: the next stage in near infrared bioprocess analysis

This article shows that NIR spectroscopy offers the potential for bioprocess manufacturing companies to limit the variability in the biological production process, thereby increasing the yield and reducing the number of errors.

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Clinical mass spectrometry: a short review

Raman-23_3-sApplications of mass spectrometry in the clinical area have increased significantly in recent years and continue to expand. The complexity of analyses has also increased, with work being undertaken in clinical labs that would have been the reserve of research labs a few years ago.

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Development of fibre-optic Raman probes for in vivo diagnosis of upper gastrointestinal cancers

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Raman-23_3-sThis article surveys developments in the applications of Raman spectroscopy and the design of probes for use in endoscopes for the detection of early cancers in the throat and stomach.

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Investigation of spacecraft outgassing by sensitive mass spectrometry

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The choice of materials used in the manufacture of spacecraft and their contents can have a significant effect on the interior environment. This in turn can have a significant impact on optical and other instruments. The Rosetta spacecraft, launched by the European Space Agency and depicted on the cover, has been the subject of a detailed study to investigate degassing rates and composition. The results will help improve the performance of instruments on future missions.

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