Lieu : CGFB (séminaire annulé)
While biologists view proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and nucleic acids as the building blocks of life, the chemical elements represent the fundamental constituents of a living organism. Cell types, biological functions and even disease processes have unique elemental signatures. In cases where minor and trace elements are directly implicated in the mechanism of a disease this signature can be stark, while other scenarios can arise where subtler changes are apparent. The emerging potential as a tool for clinical pathology will be discussed, highlighting how concurrent advances in technology, image analysis, machine learning, and a growing appreciation that the chemical elements are not regulated in isolation are converging to position elemental imaging as a valuable resource for digital pathology and the decision-making process in treating neurological disorders.
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D. Hare, E. Raven, B. Roberts, M. Bogeski, S. Portbury, C. McLean, C. Masters, J. Connor, A. Bush, P. Crouch, P. Doble. Laser ablation-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry imaging of white and gray matter iron distribution in Alzheimer’s disease
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D. Hare, J. Doecke, N. Faux, A. Rembach, I. Volitakis, C. Fowler, R. Grimm, P. Doble, R. Cherny, C. Masters, A. Bush, B. Roberts. Decreased plasma iron in Alzheimer’s disease is due to transferrin desaturation. ACS Chemical Neuroscience (2015) 6, 398-402.