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Advances in Single Particle Analysis Data Acquisition

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 August 2019

Stan Konings*
Affiliation:
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Materials & Structural Analysis, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Maarten Kuijper
Affiliation:
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Materials & Structural Analysis, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Jeroen Keizer
Affiliation:
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Materials & Structural Analysis, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Fanis Grollios
Affiliation:
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Materials & Structural Analysis, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Tjerk Spanjer
Affiliation:
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Materials & Structural Analysis, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Peter Tiemeijer
Affiliation:
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Materials & Structural Analysis, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
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*Corresponding author: stan.konings@thermofisher.com
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Advances in Cryo-EM Technology
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Copyright © Microscopy Society of America 2019 

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