Bruker Daltonics Scientific Posters
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Sebastian Götz1, Sven W Meyer1,Ulrike Schweiger-Hufnagel1,Aiko Barsch1, Ningombam Sanjib Meitei2
1Bruker, Bremen, Germany 2PREMIER Biosoft, Indore, India
Markus Lubeck(1), Heiner Koch(1), Scarlet Beck(1), Paul Savage(2), Oliver Raether(1), Pierre-Olivier Schmit(2) Paul Shan (3) and Gary Kruppa (4)
(1) Bruker Daltoniks GmbH, Bremen-Germany, (2) Bruker France SA, Wissembourg, France, (3) Bioinformatics Solutions, Waterloo, Canada, (4) Bruker Daltonics Inc, Billerica, USA
Takashi Nirasawa1, Megumi Terada2,3, Hiroko Namba2, Nobuto Kakuda2, Patrick Bruneval3, Hatsue Ishibashi-Ueda4 and Masaya Ikegawa1
1.Bruker Japan, K.K., Yokohama, Japan 2.Doshisha University, Faculty of Life and Medical Systems, Kyoto, Japan 3.Georges-Pombidou European Hospital, Anatomy-Pathology, Paris, France 4.National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Research Center, Osaka, Japan
Nobuto Kakuda1, Tomohiro Miyasaka1, Takashi Nirasawa2, Shigeo Murayama3, Yasuo Ihara1 and Masaya Ikegawa1
1.Doshisha University, Faculty of Life and Medical Systems, Kyoto, Japan 2.Bruker Japan, K.K., Yokohama, Japan 3.The Brain Bank for Aging Research, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital, Itabashi, Japan