Correlative Imaging: Focusing on the Future
Paul Verkade (Editor), Lucy Collinson (Editor)
Brings a fresh point of view to the current state of correlative imaging and the future of the field
This book provides contributions from international experts on correlative imaging, describing their vision of future developments in the field based on where it is today. Starting with a brief historical overview of how the field evolved, it presents the latest developments in microscopy that facilitate the correlative workflow. It also discusses the need for an ideal correlative probe, applications in proteomic and elemental analysis, interpretation methods, and how correlative imaging can incorporate force microscopy, soft x-ray tomography, and volume electron microscopy techniques. Work on placing individual molecules within cells is also featured.
£95.00 from Wiley Online
Understanding Light Microscopy
Introduces readers to the enlightening world of the modern light microscope
There have been rapid advances in science and technology over the last decade, and the light microscope, together with the information that it gives about the image, has changed too. Yet the fundamental principles of setting up and using a microscope rests upon unchanging physical principles that have been understood for years. This informative, practical, full-colour guide fills the gap between specialised edited texts on detailed research topics, and introductory books, which concentrate on an optical approach to the light microscope. It also provides comprehensive coverage of confocal microscopy, which has revolutionised light microscopy over the last few decades.
£147.50 from Wiley Online
Biological Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy
Roland A. Fleck (Editor), Bruno M. Humbel (Editor)
The go‐to resource for microscopists on biological applications of field emission gun scanning electron microscopy (FEGSEM)
The evolution of scanning electron microscopy technologies and capability over the past few years has revolutionized the biological imaging capabilities of the microscope—giving it the capability to examine surface structures of cellular membranes to reveal the organization of individual proteins across a membrane bilayer and the arrangement of cell cytoskeleton at a nm scale. Most notable are their improvements for field emission scanning electron microscopy (FEGSEM), which when combined with cryo-preparation techniques, has provided insight into a wide range of biological questions including the functionality of bacteria and viruses. This full-colour, must-have book for microscopists traces the development of the biological field emission scanning electron microscopy (FEGSEM) and highlights its current value in biological research as well as its future worth.
£140 from Wiley Online
Electron Beam-Specimen Interactions and Simulation Methods in Microscopy
Budhika G. Mendis
A detailed presentation of the physics of electron beam-specimen interactions
Electron Beam-Specimen Interactions and Simulation Methods in Microscopy offers enlightening coverage of: the Monte-Carlo Method; Multislice Simulations; Bloch Waves in Conventional and Analytical Transmission Electron Microscopy; Bloch Waves in Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy; Low Energy Loss and Core Loss EELS.
£90 from Wiley Online
Standard and Super-Resolution Bioimaging Data Analysis: A Primer
Ann Wheeler and Ricardo Henriques (Editors)
A comprehensive guide to the art and science of bioimaging data acquisition, processing and analysis
Standard and Super-Resolution Bioimaging Data Analysis gets newcomers to bioimage data analysis quickly up to speed on the mathematics, statistics, computing hardware and acquisition technologies required to correctly process and document data.
£70 from Wiley online
Low Voltage Electron Microscopy – Principles and Applications
Natasha Erdman and David Bell
This timely book delves into the rapidly developing, and cutting-edge field, of low-voltage electron microscopy that has only recently become available due to the rapid developments in the electron optics design and image processing. Low-voltage techniques are particularly crucial in nanotechnology and the study of surface related phenomena, allowing researchers to observe materials as never before.
£80.50 from Wiley online
Diagnostic Electron Microscopy: A Practical Guide to Tissue Preparation and Interpretation
John W. Stirling, Alan Curry & Bryan P. Eyden
This book summarises the current interpretational applications of TEM in diagnostic pathology. This concise and accessible volume provides a working guide to the main, or most useful, applications of the technique including practical topics of concern to laboratory scientists, brief guides to traditional tissue and microbiological preparation techniques, microwave processing, digital imaging and measurement uncertainty.
£77.95 from Wiley Online
Aberration-corrected Analytical Electron Microscopy
This title in the RMS - Wiley Series is concerned with the theory, background, and practical use of transmission electron microscopes with lens correctors that can correct the effects of spherical aberration.
The book also covers a comparison with aberration correction in the TEM and applications of analytical aberration corrected STEM in materials science and biology. This book is essential for microscopists involved in nanoscale and materials microanalysis especially those using scanning transmission electron microscopy, and related analytical techniques such as electron diffraction x-ray spectrometry (EDXS) and electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS).
£47.95 from Wiley Online
Principles and Practice of Variable Pressure / Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy (VP-ESEM)
Offers a simple starting point to VP-ESEM, especially for new users, technicians & students.
~ Contains clear, concise explanations
~ Principles & applications outlined are generic and applicable to all types of VP-ESEM
~ Enables the reader to turn principles into practice
£60.00 from Wiley Online
Specimen Preparation for Transmission Electron Microscopy of Materials
The requirements of a specimen for both imaging and analysis are discussed. The methods by which sheet or disc specimens can be prepared and final thinning techniques are described with particular reference to the practical problems which are likely to be encountered. This handbook also guides a reader to the most appropriate choice of specimen-preparation method and gives practical hints on how to recognize and avoid artefacts which may arise.
£10.00 + P&P
An introduction to immunocytochemistry
Ways of preparing tissues for the different methods and according to the antigen to be localized are discussed and the most commonly used methods are described in detail with explanatory diagrams and photomicrographs. More complicated methods are touched on and a full reference list is provided. A newcomer to the field will find enough information to understand the principles of the subject and to be able to produce acceptable results
£5.00 + P&P
Light-Element Analysis in the Transmission Electron Microscopes: WEDX & EELS
This book explains how the techniques work and how they should be used. The emphasis is on practical aspects of collecting and interpreting spectra rather than on the fundamental physical background. Finally, the two techniques are compared. The book will be of use to biological, medical, physical, and materials scientists
£15.00 + P&P
Colloidal Gold: a New Perspective for Cytochemical Marking
Julian E Beesley
his book aims to describe the established techniques of gold probe production and of immunolabelling. Each technique is summarised in a table which can be used in the laboratory without recourse to the text, original references are also given to enable readers if they so wish to trace the origins of each technique. The book can therefore be used both as a bench-top manual and as a guide to further detailed reading.
£9.95 + P&P
Autoradiography: A Comprehensive Overview
A comprehensive overview of the major techniques of autoradiography. The various methods are clearly described, and the information which they can provide is discussed. The student involved in biological or biomedical research will find this an invaluable introduction, and a clear guide to choosing the correct approach. It will be of interest to more experienced researchers, who are familiar with one particular method, and wish to broaden their approach to another level.
£10.00 + P&P
Introduction to Crystallography (2nd edition)
This text leads the reader step-by-step through the basic concepts of crystallography, and provides a clear account of symmetry and crystal structures. This edition features a final chapter on the geometrical construction of diffraction patterns and a helpful appendix on vectors and their use in crystallography.
£12.95 + P&P
Cryopreparation of Thin Biological Specimens for Electron Microscopy
This useful laboratory handbook covers those techniques where the cryofixed specimen is sectioned or otherwise presented as a thin film for examination in the TEM. Basic principles of techniques are explained, firm practical guidelines are provided, and applications of the methods are discussed. This handbook provides a valuable guide for researchers, postgraduate students, and technicians who are familiar with the basics of biological electron microscopy but have little experience of cryotechniques.
£7.50 + P&P
An Introduction to Surface Analysis by Electron Spectroscopy
John F Watts
This book considers two surface science techniques; X–ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Auger electron spectroscopy. It explains underlying physical principles discusses the instrumentation employed and looks at the interpretation of the resulting spectra. This valuable handbook will provide a useful introduction to the use of electron spectroscopy for surface analysis for students and researchers in physics, engineering, and materials science.
£12.95 + P&P
The Role of Microscopy in Semiconductor Failure Analysis
B P Richards
The applications of microscopy to semiconductor failure analysis are described in this concise handbook, which provides a valuable practical guide for all those working in the field. The basic principles and operation of each type of microscopy are explained, and each is illustrated with case histories and micrographs of many failure mechanisms. The need for new microscopies for the study of future generation devices is discussed, and several possible candidates for this purpose are assessed.
£7.50 + P&P
C J F van Noorden
This practical laboratory handbook contains a selection of the most important enzyme histochemical techniques currently available for light microscopy. The methods included here were chosen because of their reliability and specificity, and are all detailed in easy-to-follow protocols. The introductory chapter provides a theoretical background to enzyme histochemistry, and the book should be of use to all researchers in cell biology, pathology, biochemistry and cell physiology
£7.50 + P&P
In situ Hybridization: a Practical Guide
A R Leitch
This practical guide provides a comprehensive description of in situ hybridization, form background information to detailed methodology and practical applications.
Topics described include: Localization of nucleic acid sequences, Labels and labelling methods, Hybrid detection and imaging systems, RNA:RNA and DNA:DNA hybridization protocols, plus Troubleshooting tips.
£14.95 + P&P
M G Ormerod
A practical guide to the instrumentation and the application of this method in mammalian cell biology. Information is included on: Fluorescence and immunofluorescence, DNA analysis, Chromosomes analysis and sorting, Study of cell proliferation and death, Choice of instrument. Flow Cytometry is essential reading for all workers wishing to use this technique, whether cell biologists, immunologists or pathologists.
£12.95 + P&P
Modern PhotoMICROgraphy provides an up-to-date introduction to the theory and practice of producing high quality photomicrography.
The book offers practical guidance on obtaining a clear image and recording this accurately. Modern PhotoMICROgraphy is essential reading for all practising microscopists who wish to record images at magnifications greater than 50x
£15.95 + P&P
Electron Microscopy in Microbiology
A practical guide for microbiologists with little or no previous experience of electron microscopical preparation techniques. Concise descriptions of protocols relevant to microbial research are provided, including procedures for the structural characterization of whole microorganisms and their subcellular and macromolecular components.
£17.95 + P&P
Flow Cytometry (2nd edition)
M G Ormerod
This successful book covers the important theoretical and practical issues involved in flow cytometry, as well as the latest techniques and applications. Chapters on clinical applications and on apoptosis are included.
Coverage includes: Instrumentation; immunofluorescence; Clinical applications; DNA analysis; Cell proliferation; Apoptosis.
£17.95 + P&P
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John L Hutchison
Produced for the 175th Anniversary celebrations, this account provides a brief outline of the developments within the RMS from 1989 - 2014. It complements "God bless the microscope!" which chronicled the first 150 years of the Society. It is written by Honorary Fellow and Past President, Dr John Hutchison, from the standpoint of a practising microscopist with involvement in the Society during this time.
A free copy of the book can be requested from Lucy Ridler.