Cell & tissue imaging
Scanning electron microscopy
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) is a type of microscope used in imaging that produces images by scanning a surface with a focused beam of electrons. Eligible samples for SEM are typically dehydrated or fixed in the case of cells, and can also be cryogenically fixed for lipid observation. Back-scattering electrons (BSE) observation coupled with gold immunostaining can be selected if required.
• Samples in optimal conditions
• Description of your samples
• Description of protocol used for sample preparation
• Antibody for immunostaining
• Informations regarding the immunostaining protocol
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