How to Observe Small Biological Objects in Low Voltage Electron Microscope

  title={How to Observe Small Biological Objects in Low Voltage Electron Microscope},
  author={Jana Nebes{\'a}řov{\'a} and Marie Vancov{\'a}},
  journal={Microscopy and Microanalysis},
  pages={248 - 249}
Extended abstract of a paper presented at MC 2007, 33rd DGE Conference in Saarbrücken, Germany, September 2 – September 7, 2007 
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