Friday, March 19, 2010

Another use for FTIR in the Medical Lab

Not quite a year ago I wrote about using an FTIR to detect myocardial infarctions - heart attacks. Well, your FTIR is revealing itself to be even more useful in medical testing - now it can diagnose cancer.

So what's next for this super-analytical technique? Genetic testing? Alzheimer's? Psychic abilities?


Anonymous said...

Hello. And Bye.

Anonymous said...

Sounds you're jealous on the capabilities of FT-IR. Or frustrated about what rheology cannot do. Or even both.

John said...

Envy. Pure envy. We all know how fast FTIR is that is, once you get past sample prep!