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European Conference on Biomedical Optics
Munich Germany
May 22-26, 2011
ISBN: 9780819486844
MINIMALLY INVASIVE DIAGNOSTICS/LABORATORY MEDICINE II (MIDLMII)

Bacterial identification in real samples by means of Micro-Raman Spectroscopy

Petra Rösch, Stephan Stöckel, Susann Meisel, Anja Boßcker, Ute Münchberg, Sandra Kloß, Wilm Schumacher, and Jürgen Popp

http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/ECBO.2011.808708


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Abstract

Pathogen detection is essential without time delay especially for severe diseases like sepsis. Here, the survival rate is dependent on a prompt antibiosis. For sepsis three hours after the onset of shock the survival rate of the patient drops below 60 %. Unfortunately, the results from standard diagnosis methods like PCR or microbiology can normally be received after 12 or 36 h, respectively. Therefore diagnosis methods which require less cultivation or even no cultivation at all have to be established for medical diagnosis. Here, Raman spectroscopy, as a vibrational spectroscopic method, is a very sensitive and selective approach and monitors the biochemical composition of the investigated sample. Applying micro-Raman spectroscopy allows for a spatial resolution below 1 μm and is therefore in the size range of bacteria. Raman spectra of bacteria depend on the physiological status. Therefore, the databases require the inclusion of the necessary environmental parameters such as temperature, pH, nutrition, etc. Such large databases therefore require a specialized chemometric approach, since the variation between different strains is small. In this contribution we will demonstrate the capability of Raman spectroscopy to identify pathogens without cultivation even from real environmental or medical samples.

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P. Rösch, S. Stöckel, S. Meisel, A. Boßcker, U. Münchberg, S. Kloß, W. Schumacher, and J. Popp, "Bacterial identification in real samples by means of Micro-Raman Spectroscopy," in Clinical and Biomedical Spectroscopy and Imaging II, N. Ramanujam and J. Popp, eds., Vol. 8087 of Proceedings of SPIE-OSA Biomedical Optics (Optical Society of America, 2011), paper 808708.
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