Correlative light and electron microscopy methods for the study of virus-cell interactions.

@article{Bykov2016CorrelativeLA,
  title={Correlative light and electron microscopy methods for the study of virus-cell interactions.},
  author={Yury S Bykov and Mirko Cortese and John A. G. Briggs and Ralf Bartenschlager},
  journal={FEBS letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={590 13},
  pages={1877-95}
}
Electron microscopy (EM) is an invaluable tool to study the interactions of viruses with cells, and the ultrastructural changes induced in host cells by virus infection. Light microscopy (LM) is a complementary tool with the potential to locate rare events, label specific components, and obtain dynamic information. The combination of LM and EM in… CONTINUE READING