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With extensive technological and computational leaps over the past couple of decades, cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) has rapidly come to the fore as a workhorse of structural biology, enabling the imaging of particles, including protein complexes, viruses and cells, in their native state at resolutions that supersedes those of other imaging techniques. 

Coming soon!

iFLM inline fluorescence microscope for Aquilos2.

Micropatterning device for cells-on-grids preparation.

Delmic loading station for Aquilos2.