Correlative light and backscattered electron microscopy of bone--part II: automated image analysis.

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Detailed studies of biological phenomena often involve multiple microscopy and imaging modes and media. For bone biology, various forms of light and electron microscopy are used to study the microscopic structure of bone. Integrating information from the different sources is necessary to understand how different aspects of the bone structure interact. To… (More)

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@article{Goldman2000CorrelativeLA, title={Correlative light and backscattered electron microscopy of bone--part II: automated image analysis.}, author={Heather Goldman and A Blayvas and Adam M Boyde and Patrick Howell and J. G. Clement and T G Bromage}, journal={Scanning}, year={2000}, volume={22 6}, pages={337-44} }