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Author: Rudolf A. Steinbrecht,Karl Zierold
ISBN: 354018046X
Pages: 297 pages
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (October 12, 1987)
Language: English
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e-Book Cryotechniques in Biological Electron Microscopy epub download

by Rudolf A. Steinbrecht,Karl Zierold



Not too long ago, experts in cryotechniques strictly denied that a cell could truly be vitrified, .

Not too long ago, experts in cryotechniques strictly denied that a cell could truly be vitrified, . that all the solutes and macro­ molecules could be fixed within non-crystalline, glass-like solid water without the dramatic shifts and segregation effects caused by crystallization. We now know that vitrification is indeed pos­ sible.

Start by marking Cryotechniques in Biological Electron Microscopy as. .Countless mishaps, however, have taught electron microscopists that cryotechniques too are neither simple nor necessarily more life-like in their outcome.

Start by marking Cryotechniques in Biological Electron Microscopy as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Not too long ago, experts in cryotechniques strictly denied that a cell could truly be vitrified, .

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oceedings{echniquesIB, title {Cryotechniques in Biological Electron Microscopy}, author {Rudolf Alexander Steinbrecht and Karl Zierold}, booktitle {Springer Berlin Heidelberg}, year {1987} }. Rudolf Alexander Steinbrecht, Karl Zierold. Published in Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1987. 1 Physics of Water and Ice: Implications for Cryofixation. 2 Functions of Water in Cryospecimens. 3 Water Below Room Temperature. 4 Aqueous Solutions Below Room Temperature.

Rudolf A. Steinbrecht, Karl Zierold. To preserve tissue by freezing is an ancient concept going back pre- sumably to the practice of ice-age hunters. At first glance, it seems as simple as it is attractive: the dynamics of life are frozen in, nothing is added and nothing withdrawn except thermal energy. Thus, the result should be more life-like than after poisoning, tan- ning and drying a living cell as we may rudely call the conventional preparation of specimens for electron microscopy

Countless mishaps, however, have taught electron microscopists that cryotechniques too are neither simple nor necessarily more life-like in their outcome.

Countless mishaps, however, have taught electron microscopists that cryotechniques too are neither simple nor necessarily more life-like in their outcome. We now know that vitrification is indeed pos­ sible

Steinbrecht, Rudolf . Zierold, Karl.

Cryotechniques in Biological Electron Microscopy This book is intended as a versatile handbook with comprehensive articles on cryotechniques in biological electron microscopy. Three fundamental articles treat the physics of water and ice, the physics of specimen preparation, and the effects of radiation damage. Steinbrecht, Rudolf .

Cryotechniques in Biological Electron Microscopy, . Steinbrecht, K. Zierold (Ed. A new technique is described that allows precisely the same area of a biological specimen to be viewed in the electron microscope both by shadowing and by negative staining. December 1989 · Acta Histochemica. Both techniques increase contrast; however, with shadowing the upper surface of the specimen is shown in relief while negative staining produces a two-dimensional image

Cryotechniques in Biological Electron Microscopy. by Rudolf A. Steinbrecht and Karl Zierold.

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Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1987. For electron microscopy the quest for ideal cryometh-ods that will instantly freeze or 'vitrify' cell water in a glass-like structure has gone on since Eraako (1954) tried to 'quench' and freeze-dry specimens by pressing them against a highly polished copper block at the temperature of liquid nitrogen, an approach later improved by van Harreveld and extensively exploited by Heuser in.

This book is intended as a versatile handbook with comprehensive articles on cryotechniques in biological electron microscopy. Each chapter provides a selective and critical review on a topic of major interest, written by a well known expert. Three fundamental articles treat the physics of water and ice, the physics of specimen preparation, and the effects of radiation damage. Aspects of the cryofixation of dynamic events and of defined physiological states are also considered. A recapitulation of safety rules completes the volume. This handbook provides a good overview of the state-of-the-art for the newcomer as well as dor more established workers in the field.