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Serial section reconstruction of the optic nerve head in the area of transition between myelinated and unmyelinated axons the mouse obtained through serial section block face scanning electron microscopy. The location of the transition zone may be viewed on the image map (red box) associated with this data set.
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Serial block face imaging SEM data set from the optic nerve head of the mouse in IMOD MRC format. Due to the size of the data file, you might have problems downloading the file. If so, please contact us, and we will ship the data to you.
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- Experiment: 2010-07-19. Project: 2010-07-19.
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Female. Strain: C57BL/6
Product type: SERIAL SECTION. Microscopy type: Serial Block Face SEM. Instrument: Gatan 3View on FEI Quanta
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