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Mapping and Imaging the Distribution of Phosphate Within Omentum Tumor

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The application of FT-IR has already introduced to the omentum tumor as a pilot project and provided its mapping and imaging. Scanning electron microscopy—energy diffraction X-ray (SEM-EDX) was used for the clarification of FT-IR's result, particularly in the molecular alteration that occur within a minor omentum tumor (MOT). However, we concerned and focused to phosphate caused of the phosphate stretching modes originates from the phosphodiester groups on nucleic acids of cells. As the results, FTIR and SEM-EDX identified the distribution of phosphate that dominated clearly within MOT. Mapping image of FT-IR detected a reddish color for phosphodiester groups within MOT and green color for amide-I in normal TMT (thigh muscle tissue). These results were corresponded with SEM-EDX observation significantly. FT-IR discriminated phosphodiester groups to be symmetric and antisymmetric P=O stretching vibration, but SEM-EDX just identified phosphate.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: August 1, 2014

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