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Fluorescence Micro-tomography of Frozen-hydrated Whole Cells using the Bionanoprobe

  • S. Chen (a1), C. Flachenecker (a2), T. Paunesku (a3), Y. Yuan (a3), W. Liu (a3), J. Deng (a4), Q. Jin (a5), R. Wak (a5), B. Lai (a1), B. Hornberger (a2), C. Roehrig (a1), J. Von Osinski (a6), M. Bolbat (a6), J. Maser (a1), D. Shu (a1), S. Gleber (a1), L. Finney (a1), K. Brister (a6), C. Jacobsen (a1) (a4) (a5) (a7), G. Woloschak (a3) and S. Vogt (a1) (a5)...
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[1] Chen, S., et al., J. of Synchrotron Rad. 21, 66-75 (2014).
[2] Yuan, Y., et al., ACS Nano (2013). PubMed PMID: 24219664.
[3] This research was supported by ARRA: NIH/NCRR High End Instrumentation (HEI) grant (1S10RR029272-01). We thank NIH grant 2 R01 for some of the cryogenic sample preparation equipment used. Argonne National Laboratory’s work was under US Department of Energy contract DE-AC02-06CH11357.

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