Watch below the webinar about real-time in situ correlative microscopy for cellular biology. Here, we introduce the concept of correlative light-electron microscopy (CLEM) and how it can be used for various applications in the life sciences. Subsequently, we focus on a case study of type 1 diabetes, in which we explore how the integration of light and electron microscopy can be beneficial for gaining a deeper understanding of the disease.
The main contents include:
- Overview DELMIC company
- Introduction of Correlative Microscopy
- SECOM CLEM system
- Life Science Applications
- Super Resolution CLEM
- Large Area Imaging
Real-time in situ correlative microscopy for cellular biology
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