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Liquid phase transmission electron microscopy allows the imaging of materials in liquid environments. The sample is encapsulated within electron‐beam transparent windows and hence protected by the ultrahigh vacuum necessary within the electron gun. Such an approach allows to study biologica...
The applicability of confocal laser scanning microscopy is limited, e.g. by attenuation of the excitation and the fluorescence emission beam. As a prerequisite for further processing and analysis of the obtained microscopic images, a new method is presented for correcting this attenuation. ...
By being at the interface of the exocytic and endocytic pathways, the plant trans‐Golgi network (TGN) is a multitasking and highly diversified organelle. Despite governing vital cellular processes, the TGN remains one of the most uncharacterized organelle of plant cells. In this review, we h...
Based on column approximation (CA) assumption, many‐beam Schaeublin–Stadelmann diffraction equations are employed for simulating the transmission electron microscopy (TEM) diffraction image contrast of dislocation loops within thin TEM foil of finite thickness, and two beam and many beam dif...
Electron tomography methods using the conventional transmission electron microscope have been widely used to investigate the three‐dimensional distribution patterns of various cellular structures including microtubules in neurites. Because the penetrating power of electrons depends on the s...