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Mass spectrometry imaging goes three dimensional

Two complementary approaches improve 3D mass spectrometry imaging of biomolecules on 3D surfaces and within tissue sections and single cells.

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Figure 1: The functional principles of MALDI MSI with laser triangulation and 3D OrbiSIMS.

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Dreisewerd, K., Yew, J. Mass spectrometry imaging goes three dimensional. Nat Methods 14, 1139–1140 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmeth.4513

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