Cryo‐EM—the first thirty years

@article{Dubochet2012CryoEMtheFT,
  title={Cryo‐EM—the first thirty years},
  author={J. Dubochet},
  journal={Journal of Microscopy},
  year={2012},
  volume={245}
}
  • J. Dubochet
  • Published 2012
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of Microscopy
Thirty years ago, in December 1981, The Journal of Microscopy published a very short paper entitled ‘Vitrification of pure water for electron microscopy’. It turned out to be important for the development of cryo‐electron microscopy and it contributed to reverse, from foe to friend, the status of water in electron microscopists’ minds. This change has brought obvious gains. The future will tell how many more are still to come. 
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