SCiLS is proud to see our software SCiLS Lab is used by our customers to successfully publish their research in notable journals. The following articles might be of interest to you as well to see how SCiLS Lab has been used by other scientists:
- Anderton, C. R., Chu, R. K., Tolić, N., Creissen, A. and Pasa-Tolić, L. Utilizing a Robotic Sprayer for High Lateral and Mass Resolution MALDI FT-ICR MSI of Microbial Cultures. Journal of The American Society for Mass Spectrometry. 2016.
- Beine, B., Diehl, H. C., Meyer, H. E. and Henkel, C. Tissue MALDI Mass Spectrometry Imaging (MALDI MSI) of Peptides.Proteomics in Systems Biology: Methods and Protocols, 2015, pp. 129–150.
- Klein, O., Hanke, T., Yan, J., Nebrich, G., Krause, S., Thiele, H. and Mohamed, S. A. Detection and determination of protein network associated with atrial fibrillation phenotypes. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Cardiology (6:11), 2015.
- Smith, A., L’Imperio, V., Sio, G. D., Ferrario, F., Scalia, C., Dell’Antonio, G., Pieruzzi, F., Pontillo, C., Filip, S., Markoska, K., Granata, A., Spasovski, G., Jankowski, J., Capasso, G., Pagni, F. and Magni, F. α-1-antitrypsin detected by MALDI-Imaging in the study of glomerulonephritis: its relevance in chronic kidney disease progression. Proteomics, 2016.
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