Nov. 08, 2018
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Answering the FAQs of Array Tomography

This method was first reported by Micheva and Smith in 2007. Recently a Q&A with Stephen J. Smith, one of the inventors of Array Tomography answers open questions on the method and its application. How it works, why it is called Array Tomography, what it can be used for, how the samples must be prepared, using an ultramicrotome, and what limits are existing for the method is clarified.

Original publications:

Smith SJ: Q&A: Array tomography, BMC Biol. (2018) DOI:10.1186%2Fs12915-018-0560-1

Micheva KD, Smith SJ.: Array tomography: a new tool for imaging the molecular architecture and ultrastructure of neural circuits, Neuron, 55(5):824 (6 Sep 2007) DOI: 10.1016/j.neuron.2007.06.014

Further information:

iBiology Lecture of Stephen Smith on Array Tomography

 

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