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Electron micrograph of a cultured Drosophila DL1 cell infected with flock house virus, prepared using chemical fixation followed by routine embedding for electron microscopy. This specimen was prepared as a control to compare different high pressure freezing protocols.
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Full sized tiff image (CAF_rec.tif) of the insect cells processed using conventional aldehyde fixation and routine embedding for electron microscopy. Image corresponds to Fig. 1A in the publication.
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Product type: SURVEY. Microscopy type: IVEM. Instrument: JEOL 4000EX IVEM
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Sosinsky GE, Crum J, Jones YZ, Lanman J, Smarr B, Terada M, Martone ME, Deerinck TJ, Johnson JE, Ellisman MH (2008). The combination of chemical fixation procedures with high pressure freezing and freeze substitution preserves highly labile tissue ultrastructure for electron tomography applications. J Struct Biol, 161(3):359-371. doi: 10.1016/j.jsb.2007.09.002 PMCID: PMC2459253
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