Table of contents for Scanning electron microscopy for the life sciences / Heide Schatten.
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1. The role of scanning electron microscopy in cell and molecular biology: SEM basics, past accomplishments and new frontiers Heide Schatten; 2. Corrosion casting technique Jerzy Walocha, Jan A. Litwin and Adam J. Miodoński; 3. Revealing the internal structure of cells in three dimensions with scanning electron microscopy Sol Sepsenwol; 4. Mitochondria form continuous intracellular network-structures visualized with high-resolution field-emission scanning electron microscopy T. Naguro, H. Nakane and S. Inaga; 5. Chapter on 3-D reconstruction of cell organelles using STEM tomography Paul Walther; 6. High resolution labeling for correlative microscopy Ralph Albrecht, Daryl A. Meyer and O. E. Olorundare; 7. The use of SEM to explore virus structure and trafficking Jens M. Holl and Elizabeth R. Wright; 8. High resolution scanning electron microscopy of the nuclear surface in Herpes Simplex Virus 1 infected cells Peter Wild, Andres Kaech and Miriam S. Lucas; 9. Scanning electron microscopy of chromosomes: structural and analytical investigations Elizabeth Schroeder-Reiter and Gerhard Wanner; 10. A method to visualize the microarchitecture of glycoprotein matrices with scanning electron microscopy Giuseppe Familiari, Rosemarie Heyn, Luciano Petruzziello and Michela Relucenti; 11. Scanning electron microscopy of cerebellar intrinsic circuits Orlando J. Castejón; 12. Application of in vivo cryotechnique to living animal organs examined by scanning electron microscopy Shinichi Ohno, Nobuo Terada, Nobuhiko Ohno and Yasuhisa Fujii; 13. SEM in dental research Vladimir Dusevich, Jennifer R. Melander and J. David Eick; 14. SEM, teeth and palaeoanthropology: the secret of ancient human diets Alejandro Romero and Joaqui;n De Juan.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Biology -- Methodology.
Scanning electron microscopy.