The most important questions in the understanding of biological systems are which biomolecules
are involved and how they function.
Bio-FTIR spectroscopy (Fourier Transform Infrared) supplies us with additional opportunities of
examining biomolecules i.e. for identity and function. In particular the knowledge of the dynamic
and kinetic processes in the native environment helps with the understanding of their function.
Such information is provided by Mid-Infrared spectroscopy (Mid-IR) in such a high level that
special methods are required for its interpretation.
State-of-the-art spectroscopy by micro-biolytics helps to make the respective decisive information
accessible for the most varied bioanalytical applications. It even provides tools to examine
functional groups right down to the molecular level.