RESONANCE RAMAN MICROPROBE STUDY OF CHROMOBACTERIA IN WATER.
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Because of the high quality and reproducibility of the spectra, and because of the speed and selectivity of the method, it has been suggested that resonance Raman spectroscopy may be a suitable technique for the rapid detection and identification of micro-organisms. However, a number of questions remain to be answered before the full potential of resonance. Raman spectroscopy can be applied. One of these is the sensitivity of the technique. The authors report that spectra can be obtained either from single bacterial cells or from very small numbers of cells in water suspension.
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Dalterio, R. A., W. H. Nelson, D. Britt, J. Sperry, and F. J. Purcell. "RESONANCE RAMAN MICROPROBE STUDY OF CHROMOBACTERIA IN WATER.." Applied Spectroscopy 40, 2 (1986). doi: 10.1366/0003702864509484.