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A method used to prepare tissue for microscopy, particularly scanning electron microscopy, carried out at very low temperatures (liquid nitrogen or helium) with rapid cooling (>10 000 deg °C/s) so that there is vitrification rather than ice crystal formation.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

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