Immunofluorescent Array Tomography



March 23, 2015

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  • Review immunofluorescent array tomography- a method for studying synapses in the brain- in detail with Dr Kristina D. Micheva and Professor Thomas Misgeld as they discuss how it can be applied to other subcellular structures, such as mitochondria.

    Webinar Topics:
    - Introduction to array tomography methods
    - Choosing antibodies and troubleshooting
    - Investigating the protein composition of individual synapses
    - Further applications: Studying organelle diversity

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    Analytical TechniquesImaging/MicroscopyImmunology

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