Correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) is the combination of fluorescence microscopy (FM) and high-resolution electron microscopy (EM). Correlative microscopy has a wide variety of applications in the life sciences (cancer research, marine microbiology, neuroscience, and cell biology, etc.). This technique allows one to measure both thin sections and cultured cells.
SECOM is an integrated CLEM that is produced and designed by Delmic. Delmic offers a unique solution for simultaneous correlative light and electron microscopy.
In this presentation, we share the knowledge about the CLEM technique and point out the key advantages of using correlative microscopy in different areas.
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