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Hela cells: application example of correlative light and electron microscopy

Watch webinar: correlative light electron microscopy for giant viruses

Correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) is a great technique combining electron and fluorescence imaging. The labelling power of fluorescence imaging combined with high resolution structural information acquired with electron imaging makes correlative microscopy a perfect tool for studying biological samples.

One of the fields where such technique could be effectively used is virology. In this webinar, we focus on giant viruses, which are found in environmental, animal, as well as human samples, and demonstrate how CLEM can be used to understand more about the function and structure of these viruses.

CLEM giant viruses webinar

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