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2020

Cameron, James M. and Conn, Justin J. A. and Rinaldi, Christopher and Sala, Alexandra and Brennan, Paul M. and Jenkinson, Michael D. and Caldwell, Helen and Cinque, Gianfelice and Syed, Khaja and Butler, Holly J. and Hegarty, Mark G. and Palmer, David S. and Baker, Matthew J. (2020) Interrogation of IDH1 status in gliomas by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. Cancers, 12 (12). 3682. ISSN 2072-6694

Cameron, James M. and Rinaldi, Christopher and Butler, Holly J. and Hegarty, Mark G and Brennan, Paul M. and Jenkinson, Michael D. and Syed, Khaja and Ashton, Katherine M. and Dawson, Timothy P. and Palmer, David S. and Baker, Matthew J. (2020) Stratifying brain tumour histological sub-types : the application of ATR-FTIR serum spectroscopy in secondary care. Cancers, 12 (7). 1710. ISSN 2072-6694

Sala, Alexandra and Anderson, David J. and Brennan, Paul M. and Butler, Holly J. and Cameron, James M. and Jenkinson, Michael D. and Rinaldi, Christopher and Theakstone, Ashton G. and Baker, Matthew J. (2020) Biofluid diagnostics by FTIR spectroscopy : a platform technology for cancer detection. Cancer Letters, 477. pp. 122-130. ISSN 1872-7980

Butler, Holly J. and Cameron, James M. and Jenkins, Cerys A. and Hithell, Gordon and Hume, Samantha and Hunt, Neil T. and Baker, Matthew J. (2020) Shining a light on clinical spectroscopy : translation of diagnostic IR, 2D-IR and Raman spectroscopy towards the clinic. Clinical Spectroscopy, 1. 100003. ISSN 2666-0547

Cameron, James M. and Bruno, Clement and Parachalil, Drishya Rajan and Baker, Matthew J. and Bonnier, Franck and Butler, Holly J. and Byrne, Hugh J.; (2020) Vibrational spectroscopic analysis and quantification of proteins in human blood plasma and serum. In: Vibrational Spectroscopy in Protein Research. Academic Press, London, pp. 269-314. ISBN 9780128186107

2019

Cameron, James M. and Butler, Holly J. and Smith, Benjamin R. and Hegarty, Mark G. and Jenkinson, Michael D. and Syed, Khaja and Brennan, Paul M. and Ashton, Katherine and Dawson, Timothy and Palmer, David S. and Baker, Matthew J. (2019) Developing infrared spectroscopic detection for stratifying brain tumour patients : glioblastoma multiforme vs. lymphoma. Analyst, 144 (22). pp. 6736-6750. ISSN 0003-2654

Butler, Holly J. and Brennan, Paul M. and Cameron, James M. and Finlayson, Duncan and Hegarty, Mark G. and Jenkinson, Michael D. and Palmer, David S. and Smith, Benjamin R. and Baker, Matthew J. (2019) Development of high-throughput ATR-FTIR technology for rapid triage of brain cancer. Nature Communications, 10. 4501. ISSN 2041-1723

2018

Cameron, James M. and Butler, Holly J. and Palmer, David S. and Baker, Matthew J. (2018) Biofluid spectroscopic disease diagnostics : a review on the processes and spectral impact of drying. Journal of Biophotonics, 11 (4). e201700299. ISSN 1864-063X

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