Nanopage Malcolm Brown's Nanopage ongoing research in the structure and synthesis of nanostructures and high resolution transmission electron microscopy and specialized light microscopy. http://www.botany.utexas.edu/facstaff/facpages/mbrown/nanopage/
Extractions: Welcome to the NANOPAGE (from Chun-Yuan Huang's Hompage, see below) Use this page to locate ongoing research in the RMB Lab which covers the structure and synthesis of nanostructures such as SWCNTs, Linear Acetylenic Carbon, Enzyme Complexes (Cellulose Synthase, Cellulase, Ornithine Decarboxylase), Protein Complexes (acetylcholine receptor protein, actin, tubulin), Polymers ( Cellulose, DNA, Curdlan) Use this page to view the latest technology in high resolution transmission electron microscopy, digital image processing, and specialized light microscopy approaches for investigating nanostructures Use this page to locate interesting URL's covering these nanostructures RMB Lab Research: Imaging Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Atomic and Molecular Imaging with the Transmission Electron Microscope HRTEM of Two Cellulases from Trichoderma HRTEM of Tubulin and Protein Translation Factors
Croatian Society For Electron Microscopy first congress of croatian society for electron microscopy. Announcing the the1 st Congress of CSEM, to be held May 13 th 16 th 1999 in Zagreb, Croatia. http://public.srce.hr/csem/
Extractions: Events st ... Statute, goals and members. Usefull information on society resarch groups, programes, job opportunities, annual meetings and info for members 1st Croatian congress and other meetings organized by the society Announcing the the 1 st Congress of CSEM, to be held May 13 th th 1999 in Zagreb, Croatia Konaèno je proradio i na¹ site, ako ¾elite da bude dobar molimo Vas za suradnju
EM.html The electron microscopy and Xray Diffraction facility offers services to the academic and industry communities and informs about facilities, services and hourly user fee rates. http://www.physics.bc.edu/EMXRD/index.html
Extractions: The Electron Microscopy Laboratory is a state-of-the-art facility that provides powerful techniques for characterization of the microstructure and chemical composition of materials through electron imaging, electron diffraction, energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy (EDS), and electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) from minimeter scale to nanometer or atomic level. This laboratory is a multi-user, interdisciplinary facility that is open to students, staff and faculty at Boston College, as well as to users and scientific collaborators from other institutions. Access to the instrument is by arrangement with Dr Jianyu Huang (Lab. Manager) or Professor Zhifeng Ren . For users who are interested in being trained to use the instrument themselves, we offer two continuous courses (Electron Microscopy I-Fundamental Theory, Fall Semester ; Electron Microscopy II-Experimental, Spring Semester ) at a graduate level.
CSC Visualization Group electron microscopy Tomography (EMT) of DNADepleted Human (HeLa)Cell-Line Chromosome. The information shown here was presented http://www.csc.fi/jpr/emt/movies/chromosome.html
Extractions: CSC, Espoo, Finland Metaphase chromosome preparations from Human (HeLa) cell-lines, were collected and fixed according to conventional cytogenetical methods modified for electron microscopy (EM). Before processing to EM the preparate was digested with DNase which removed all DNA detectable by the DNA-specific DAPI fluorescence. Electron microscope picture series taken at angles of +-60 degrees with 3 degree increments is shown below. The pictures shown here have been aligned (see e.g./2/) as regards to rotations, translations, and scaling using colloidal (15nm diameter) gold particles as reference points. After the alignment the reconstruction was made using the weighted back projection-method. The EMT was fulfilled with a EMT-program KIT developed by EMT-group (Ulf Skoglund et al.) at Dept. of Cell and Molecular Biology, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. One picture of the series zoomed here.
Food Microstructure And Microorganisms Current history of food structure studies in North America with links to structures of foods, foodborne microorganisms, electron microscopy techniques used in food science, and contributions by guest food microscopists. http://anka.livstek.lth.se:2080/foodmi.htm
Extractions: Photo: Eric Johnson As the author of this site, Milo Kaláb welcomes you to view foods, particularly dairy products, as they appear at high magnifications under electron microscopes. Structure is a very important attribute of foods. Cheese, pork roast, bread, ice cream, and many other foods are characterized not only by their different compositions but more evidently by their microstructures. Interestingly, more than 30 years ago, the author was asked to investigate the feasibility of processing milk powder into a product resembling a wiener ("hot dog"). It became clear from several experiments that a food based on protein in globular form (milk) would require sophisticated technology to produce fibres which are characteristic of meat products, including wieners. Electron microscopy images obtained by a biologist captured the attention of Milos to such an extent that they have changed his career for the rest of his life. His biography lists some of his most important scientific papers.
The 3D-EM Home Page 3Dimensional electron microscopy. This page collects information about forCell Biology, Protein Society). 3D electron microscopy Labs. http://3dem.sdsc.edu/
Extractions: 3D-EM Labs 3D-EM Software Packages Other Resources Announcements!! Three Dimensional Electron Microscopy Gordon Conference, Jun 22-27, 2003, Colby-Sawyer College, NH, USA; K. Taylor (FSU), Chair; K. Downing (LBL), Co-chair Microscopy Society of America, 3-7 August, 2003, San Antonio TX Univ. of Vermont Practical Course on Three-dimensional Cryo Electron Microscopy of Single Particles, August 11-17, 2003, Burlington, Vermont USA EMBO Practical Course: Image Processing for Cryo-Electron Microscopy September 10-17, 2003, Birkbeck College London, UK ... A Practical Course in Molecular Microscopy November 12-20, 2003, The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), La Jolla, California For dates, locations and anticipated attendance of major national meetings check out the FASEB Office of Scientific Meetings and Conferences Web Page
Bloomsbury Centre For Structural Biology - Homepage News, events, vacancies, downloads from group established in 1998 combining bioinformatics, crystallography, electron microscopy, and NMR, for research on gene and protein structure, expression and function relationships. http://www.bcsb.lon.ac.uk/
Extractions: Useful links.... BCSB homepage BCSB downloads BBSRC homepage School of Crystallography, Birkbeck College Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, UCL Department of Biology, UCL Birkbeck College homepage UCL homepage Cambridge and East Anglia Centre Centre for Protein and Membrane Structure and Dynamics Imperial College Centre for Structural Biology York Structural Biology Centre North of England Structural Biology Centre
GilderGrids.co.uk Manufacture an extensive range of high quality specimen support grids for use in transmission electron microscopy. All types are held in stock for same or next day despatch. http://www.gildergrids.co.uk/
Electron Microscopy electron microscopy. Return to the histotechnology menu. The following grayscaleelectron micrographic images are available file sizes average 100 to 160k http://medlib.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/EM/EM.html
Extractions: The following grayscale electron micrographic images are available [file sizes average 100 to 160k]: Structure Description Neutrophil Normal polymorphonuclear leukocyte Lymphocyte Normal lymphocyte Plasma cell Normal plasma cell with prominent cytoplasmic smooth endoplasmic reticulum Macrophage Normal macrophage with oblong nucleus, nucleolus, and cytoplasm with a variety of inclusions Platelets Normal platelets Mitochondria Happy mitochondria within a cell Skeletal muscle Normal skeletal muscle, normal (inset shows a single sarcomere with dark Z discs, and a central M line, with thin actin and thick myosin filaments) Collagen Normal collagen fibrils Cilia Normal cilia of respiratory tract epithelium Structure Description Amyloid Amyloid fibrils, with inset demonstrating array of fibrils Adrenoleukodystrophy Adrenoleukodystrophy, adrenal gland, with long parallel inclusions of long chain fatty acids Birbeck granules Birbeck granules (inset shows several at higher magnification) from a case of histiocytosis X Histiocytosis X Cell with a clefted nucleus from a case of histiocytosis X Bacteria Pseudomonas bacteria Cryptosporidia Cryptosporidia along small intestinal brush border Herpes simplex virus Herpes simplex virus in brain, viral particles (inset) in nucleus
Extractions: http:// www.amc.anl.gov at Argonne National Laboratory You are Visitor Number This WWW server can provides you with access to up-to-date information about State-of-the-Art Microscopy and Microanalysis programs in the AAEM/TPM effort of the ANL Materials Science Division as well as general information about On-Line information services which are administered for Local, National and International Microscopy/Microanalysis Societies. This information is provided courtesy of your friendly neighborhood SysOp Each line of highlighted text (in color and underlined) is a software link to another document or information resource somewhere at ANL or via the Internet to another site. Single click on any to automatically follow a link to expanded documentation and/or find additional information. Analytical Microscopy Project TelePresence Microscopy Project
Dept. Of Pharmaceutical Technology, EM Laboratory The Laboratory for electron microscopy is a central facility of the Pharmaceutical Technology Department. It is specialised to support all internal projects and also interacts with related projects of other university departments or partners. http://www.uni-jena.de/~b7drma
UNB ELECTRON MICROSCOPY UNIT electron microscopy UNIT. UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK. FREDERICTON, NEW BRUNSWICK,.CANADA. Fax 506453-3583. Mail electron microscopy Unit, UNB. Bag Service 45111. http://www.unb.ca/emunit/
Extractions: ELECTRON MICROSCOPY UNIT UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK FREDERICTON, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA A Regional Facility Providing Services in Microscopy and X-Ray Analysis TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY ELECTRON MICROPROBE SERVICES STAFF AND CONTACT INFORMATION Gerry Bance Director firstname.lastname@example.org Susan Belfry Biological Applications email@example.com Douglas Hall X-ray Microanalyst firstname.lastname@example.org a Fax: Mail: Electron Microscopy Unit, UNB Bag Service#45111 Fredericton, NB, E3B 6E1 Canada Deliveries: Room 25, Loring Bailey Hall 10 Bailey Drive, UNB, Fredericton, NB Links to: Microscopical Society of Canada /