Electron microscopy (EM) has become an extremely popular method for the ultrastructural study of macromolecules, cells and tissues. An aqueous biological sample is frozen rapidly and irradiated with a beam of electrons. A detector senses how the electrons are scattered and a computer reconstructs the 3D-shape of the molecule.
Why you need this service?
See the comparison of Crystallography, NMR, and EM
Service Processes: (Take protein as an example)
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