Exploring the third dimension: volume electron microscopy comes of age.

  title={Exploring the third dimension: volume electron microscopy comes of age.},
  author={Christopher J. Peddie and Lucy M. Collinson},
Groundbreaking advances in volume electron microscopy and specimen preparation are enabling the 3-dimensional visualisation of specimens with unprecedented detail, and driving a gratifying resurgence of interest in the ultrastructural examination of cellular systems. Serial section techniques, previously the domain of specialists, are becoming increasingly automated with the development of systems such as the automatic tape-collecting ultramicrotome, and serial blockface and focused ion beam… CONTINUE READING
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