Cryo-electron microscopy of vitrified muscle samples.


A great deal of information on the 3-dimensional structure of the protein assemblies involved in muscle contraction has been obtained using conventional transmission electron microscopy. In recent years, developments in cryo-electron microscopy have facilitated work with fully hydrated, non-chemically fixed specimens. It is shown how this technique can be… (More)


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