Conventional transmission electron microscope fitted with a high quality Morada digital camera system.
Biological specimens have to be chemically fixed. Animal and plant tissues or cells are embedded in a resin, cut in 50-100 nm sections and contrasted with heavy metals
The resolution of a TEM depends upon the sample preparation and is below 1nm for virus particles and in the range of 3-5nm for tissue sections
Transmission Electron Microscope
Philips CM100, FEI
Frederiksberg Campus, The Anatomy Building (1-04),
Groennegaardsvej 7, basement, room Ø001
Transmission electron microscopy of ultrathin sections of fixed animal and plant tissues or other transparent specimens as e.g. bacterial smears and virus particles. Protein localisation by immuno gold labelling
Training and problem reporting
For time fees ask Poul Hyttel!