Nuclear microscopy in the life sciences at the national university of singapore

@article{Ren1999NuclearMI,
  title={Nuclear microscopy in the life sciences at the national university of singapore},
  author={Min Qin Ren and Patricia S. P. Thong and J. Makjanic and D. Ponraj and F. Watt},
  journal={Biological Trace Element Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={71},
  pages={65-76}
}
The nuclear microscope is now gaining popularity in the field of life sciences. In particular, the combination of proton-induced X-ray emission to measure the elemental concentrations of inorganic elements, Rutherford backscattering spectrometry to characterize the organic matrix, and scanning transmission ion microscopy to provide information on the density and structure of the sample represents a powerful set of techniques that can be applied simultaneously to the specimen under investigation… CONTINUE READING