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Graphene Enclosure of Chemically Fixed Mammalian Cells for Liquid-Phase Electron Microscopy

DOI :

10.3791/61458-v

10:12 min

September 21st, 2020

September 21st, 2020

6,568 Views

1INM-Leibniz Institute for New Materials, 2Department of Physics, Saarland University

Presented here is a protocol for labeling membrane proteins in mammalian cells and coating the sample with graphene for liquid-phase scanning transmission electron microscopy. The stability of the samples against the damage caused by radiation can also studied with this protocol.

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