This article introduces THz Raman Spectroscopy as a new analytical tool.
Optical interrogation of samples, often involving lasers, is key to several types of automated and high throughput analyses in fields such as drug discovery, flow cytometry for blood assays, and DNA sequencing. Most of these life sciences applications entail determining the molecular (chemical) composition of the target, often by using laser induced fluorescence to do spatial mapping. The current world health backdrop where we are running out of non-resistant antibiotics was already creating pressure to conduct drug discovery faster and more intensely than ever.
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