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Localization by immunoelectron microscopy of antigens of Chlamydia psittaci suitable for diagnosis or vaccine development

Immunoelectron Microscopy for Locating Calvin Cycle Enzymes in the Thylakoids of Synechocystis 6803

Expression of α-actinin-4 in acquired human nephrotic syndrome: a quantitative immunoelectron microscopy study

Glomerular changes in microscopic haematuria, studied by quantitative immunoelectron microscopy and in situ zymography

Establishment of a standardized post-embedding method for immunoelectron microscopy by applying heat-induced antigen retrieval

Expression of the Cu,Zn superoxide dismutase of Aspergillus fumigatus as determined by immunochemistry and immunoelectron microscopy

Localization of germination-specific spore-lytic enzymes in Clostridium perfringens S40 spores detected by immunoelectron microscopy

Differential subcellular localization of CD86 in human PBMC-derived macrophages and DCs, and ultrastructural characterization by immuno-electron microscopy

High-pressure freezing is a powerful tool for visualization of Schizosaccharomyces pombe cells: ultra-low temperature and low-voltage scanning electron microscopy and immunoelectron microscopy

Localization of the two constitutively expressed nitric oxide synthase isoforms (nNOS and eNOS) in the same cell types in the saccule maculae of the frog Rana pipiens by immunoelectron microscopy: evidence for a back‐up system?

Immunoelectron Microscopy Study of Polyamines Using a Newly Prepared Monoclonal Antibody against Spermidine: Use of a Mixture of Glutaraldehyde and Paraformaldehyde as a Cross-Linking Agent in the Preparation of the Antigen

 

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A form of transmission electron microscopy (see electron microscope) in which the specimen is treated with gold-labelled antibodies specific for the protein component of interest. The gold labels are then revealed as electron-dense dark areas on the image. Labelling with different-sized gold particles can enable two different components to be visualized simultaneously. However, because the sections of material used are ultra-thin, only relatively few labels are likely to be bound in any one section.

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