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Manual selection of single particles in images acquired using cryo-electron microscopy (cryoEM) will become a significant bottleneck when datasets of a hundred thousand or even a million particles are required for structure determination at near atomic resolution. Algorithm development of fully automated particle selection is thus an important research(More)
One of the goals in developing our automated electron microscopy data acquisition system, Leginon, was to improve both the ease of use and the throughput of the process of acquiring low dose images of macromolecular specimens embedded in vitreous ice. In this article, we demonstrate the potential of the Leginon system for high-throughput data acquisition by(More)
The curing process of a cycloaliphatic epoxy resin was defined using different experimental techniques to obtain a material with optimal mechanical and electrical behaviour and with the ultimate objective of its application in the production of polymer-based insulator for railway transportation. The temperature domain characteristic of the crosslinking was(More)
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