Hosted by Yannick Schwab, Rachel Mellwig and Martin Schorb
The Schwab team is interested in developing tools for the 3D correlation of data generated by fluorescent imaging and by electron microscopy.
The Electron Microscopy Core Facility (EMCF) provides advanced expertise in electron microscopy – from sample preparation to image analysis – and for a large variety of biological samples ranging from macromolecules to tissues. The activities cover a large spectrum of EM techniques with a major focus on sample preparation, immuno-localisation of proteins, ultrastructural analysis in 2D and 3D, and data processing.
There is a limited number of slots for the hands-on sessions, so we will do the workshop twice: the morning is identical to the afternoon. We provide carousel sessions (groups will circulate), so everybody will do both 2 sessions:
A] Delphi, fully integrated CLEM; hands-on with test sample
B] Long freeze substitution, CLEM on plastic sections; hands-on with test sample