High Resolution TEMSilica nanoporous structures imaged on F30. TEM sample prepared by TEM lift-out in our Scios FIB-SEM. Caio Peixoto de Sousa, H. Hunt Group
HPF/FSTEM image of a fibroblast from an adherent cell culture after processing through high pressure freezing (HPF) and freeze substitution (FS).
Standard Tissue PrepTEM image of a mouse cortex prepared with chemical fixation. Image taken on JEOL 1400 TEM. Gu Lab.
Energy Filtered TEM
Standard Plant PrepTEM image of a soybean chloroplast prepared with chemical fixation. Image taken on JEOL 1400 TEM. Fritschi Lab.
Keyhole Limpet Haemocyanin (KLH) negative stain.
Cryo-TEMKeyhole Limpet Haemocyanin (KLH) cryo-TEM.
Negative StainingE. coli negatively stained with Nano-Tungsten.
ImmunolabelingTEM of skeletal muscle tissue after on-section labeling demonstrates the nuclear localization of the Histone 3 complex. To achieve this Tokuyasu cryosections of the tissue were incubated with an antibody against Histone 3, and the primary antibody was subsequently labeled using Protein-A gold conjugates.
University of Missouri Electron Microscopy Core & Office of Research are providing twenty $2,500 awards for “Excellence in Electron Microscopy” to perform cutting edge electron microscopy methods, techniques and analysis. These awards are in addition to the previous call for “EMC Fellow” recognition.
EMC Director, Tommi White (email@example.com)
- May 1st, 2017 – PROPOSALS DUE
- May 12th, 2017 – Award Notification
- June 30th, 2017 – All funds must be spent within Electron Microscopy Core
- September 1st, 2017 – Reporting
- All work must recognize EMC staff contributions whether presented or published.
- All work must acknowledge EMC and the Office of Research for supporting their studies.
- All work must be submitted to “Late-breaking abstracts” by June 28th, 2017 for a poster presentation given at the 2017 Microscopy & Microanalysis meeting in St. Louis, MO August 6-10th, 2017 and copies sent to EMC Director.