Quantitative elemental X-ray imaging of frozen-hydrated biological samples.


It is shown that quantitative X-ray imaging of planed, frozen-hydrated, biological bulk samples that have not been etched is possible. X-ray imaging represents a better alternative to static beam (selected area) analysis of fractured frozen-hydrated samples. This procedure avoids the undesirable necessity of etching planed frozen-hydrated samples to provide… (More)


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