Unmixing fluorescence signals - a powerful tool in the Life Sciences

In the following application, researchers were interested in determining where plant disease resistance proteins are active and which function they display...

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Wheat mesophyll protoplast expressing a fungal resistance protein fused to Yellow Fluorescent Protein (YFPvenus).

Workshop: Introduction to TEM (Physical Science)

On Friday, 23rd June, Felipe Kremer will be presenting the workshop Introduction to Transmission Electron Microscopy for Physical Science. This workshop is...

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CAM staff use the JEOL2100F Field Emmission Gun Transmission Electron Microscope

New International Research Training Group celebrated at ANU

ANU Parasitologists from CAM, JCSMR and RSB have celebrated the creation of a new International Research Training Group (IRTG) in conjunction with the...

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Left: Immunofluorescence image of a trophozoite-stage Plasmodium falciparum-infected red blood cell. Right: Scanning Electron Microscopy image of a Plasmodium falciparum male gametocyte

Electronic Backscatter Diffraction mapping

Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) is a technique available in the SEM whereby a focused electron beam impinges on a highly inclined (70°) crystalline...

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EBSD - A focused electron beam impinges on a highly inclined crystalline surface

Applications for materials science

 In+ ion implanted Si0.1Ge0.9 Frequently in materials science, advanced techniques are used in order to improve the original properties of the starting...

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A typical grain boundary

Applications for biological TEM

Ultrastructure The TEM can be used to visualise the complexity of cells and show cellular structures. As the TEM provides a much higher resolution than...

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Mineral mapping in a Stromboli volcanic rock

The image above shows the mineral distribution in a rock ejected from Mt Stromboli, Italy, collected using the FEI Quanta QEMSCAN® at CAM. To ensure the...

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QEMSCAN image - Mineral distribution in Stromboli sample

CLEM (correlative light and electron microscopy)

Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy (CLEM) combines the unique capabilities of light and electron microscopy by studying the exact same sample with...

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Correlative light and electron microscopy image
Australian Microscopy & Microanalysis Research Facility
The Centre for Advanced Microscopy and the CTLab form the ANU node of the Australian Microscopy & Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF), established under the Commonwealth Government's National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS).

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