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Correlative light and electron microscopy technique using commercially available reagents to facilitate immunolocalization via epi-fluorescence and TEM

  • Leslie Cummins (a1) (a2), Vincent Tu (a3), Louis M. Weiss (a3) (a4) and Frank P. Macaluso (a1) (a2) (a5)
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*Corresponding author: Leslie.Gunther@einstein.yu.edu

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[1]Macaluso, Frank P. et al. “Clem Methods for Studying Primary Cilia.” Methods in Molecular Biology. Vol. 1454. (Humana Press Inc., New York, NY) 2016. 193202.
[2]Toxoplasma gondii: The Model Apicomplexan. Perspectives and Methods”, ed. Weiss, L.M., Kim, K., (Academic Press, Cambridge, MA) 2007.
[3]Bozzola, JJ. Electron Microscopy. 3rd ed. London, UK: Jones and Bartlett; 2012.
[4]All imaging was conducted in the Analytical Imaging Facility (AIF) (funded by NCI Cancer Grant P30CA013330). TEM Imaging was conducted on a JEOL 1400Plus funded by SIG (1S10OD016214-01A1). The authors would also like to thank Dr. Vera DesMarais for help in editing this manuscript and Xheni Nishku for help with the figures.

Correlative light and electron microscopy technique using commercially available reagents to facilitate immunolocalization via epi-fluorescence and TEM

  • Leslie Cummins (a1) (a2), Vincent Tu (a3), Louis M. Weiss (a3) (a4) and Frank P. Macaluso (a1) (a2) (a5)

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