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Liquid cells

Novel liquid cells to study biological processes in situ. To fully understand biological structure and function it is necessary to study molecules in their native state. This requires imaging in liquid environments that mimic those found in-vivo.  The Franklin together with University of Manchester and Kings College London are developing new liquid cell technologies for EM with biological specimens in mind.

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Rosalind Franklin Institute