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Soft X-Ray Tomography: Filling the Gap Between Light and Electrons for Imaging Hydrated Biological Cells

  • Lucy M. Collinson (a1), Marie-Charlotte Domart (a1), Raffaella Carzaniga (a1), Minoo Razi (a1), Peter Guttmann (a2), Gerd Schneider (a2), Eva Pereiro (a3), Sharon A Tooze (a1) and Elizabeth Duke (a4)...
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[1] Peddie, C.J. & Collinson, L.M. (2014). Micron. 61, 919.
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[8] This work was supported by the Francis Crick Institute, which receives its core funding principally from Cancer Research UK (FC001999), the UK Medical Research Council (FC001999) and the Wellcome Trust (FC001999). The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under BioStruct-X (grant agreement N°283 570).

Soft X-Ray Tomography: Filling the Gap Between Light and Electrons for Imaging Hydrated Biological Cells

  • Lucy M. Collinson (a1), Marie-Charlotte Domart (a1), Raffaella Carzaniga (a1), Minoo Razi (a1), Peter Guttmann (a2), Gerd Schneider (a2), Eva Pereiro (a3), Sharon A Tooze (a1) and Elizabeth Duke (a4)...

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