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How To Fix Adherent Cells For Microscopy And Imaging

Adherent cell fixation is a crucial step in preparing cells for microscopy and imaging, ensuring that cellular structures are preserved for detailed analysis. Read our 8-step guide on how to effectively fix adherent cells to your microscope slides, including tips on sterilization, coating, and fixation methods, right here.

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A Short History of Cryo-Electron Microscopy

The slow, inching progress of cryo-EM towards the scientific mainstream can be told as a story with three parts. So take a step back and enjoy a short history of cryo-electron microscopy.

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Cryo-EM Sample Prep: 5 Crucial Considerations 

You don’t have to be a brainbox to get your samples ready for cryo-EM, but a little wisdom goes a long way. Learn how to tend to your tissues, organize your organelles, and prepare your proteins to get the micrographs you’ve always dreamed of.

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Optimal Conditions for Live-Cell Imaging

Live-cell imaging can bring a lot of clarity to cellular processes, but keeping your cells happy can be tricky. Read on to learn about 4 key parameters for achieving optimal conditions for live-cell imaging.

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