Biological Specimen Preparation for Transmission Electron Microscopy
This book contains all the necessary information and advice for anyone wishing to obtain electron micrographs showing the most accurate ultrastructural detailin thin sectionsof any type of biological specimen.
The guidelines for the choice of preparative methods are based on an extensive survey of current laboratory practice. For the first time, in a textbook of this kind, the molecular events occurring during fixation and embedding are analysed in detail. The reasons for choosing particular specimen preparation methods are explained and guidance is given on how to modify established techniques to suit individual requirements.
All the practical methods advocated are clearly described, with accompanying tables and the results obtainable are illustrated with many electron micrographs.
Portland Press Series:Practical Methods in Electron Microscopy, Volume 17, Audrey M. Glauert, Editor
Originally published in 1998.
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Subjects: Biological Sciences
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