Minami Shoji

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Since a three-dimensional (3D) cellular ultrastructure is significant for biological functions, it has been investigated using various electron microscopic techniques. Although transmission electron microscopy (TEM)-based techniques are traditionally used, cells must be embedded in resin and sliced into ultrathin sections in sample preparation processes.(More)
Yusuke Ominami, Dr. Eng. Kenji Nakahira, Dr. Eng. Akiko Hisada Makoto Nakabayashi Minami Shoji Mai Yoshihara Kenichi Sato Sukehiro Ito OVERVIEW: Hitachi High-Technologies developed the AE1500, a tabletop atmospheric SEM that is capable of scanning electron microscopy under atmospheric pressure, by using a membrane that allows an electron beam to pass while(More)
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