Optimization of Sample Preparation for the Observation of Macromolecular Complexes by Electron (cryo-)Microscopy

Electron microscopy is a powerful tool for studying the homogeneity and structure of biomolecular complexes. The small wavelength of electron and the availability of electron optics enable the direct visualization of macromolecular assemblies in a large r

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Multiprotein Complexes Methods and Protocols




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For over 35 years, biological scientists have come to rely on the research protocols and methodologies in the critically acclaimed Methods in Molecular Biology series. The series was the first to introduce the step-by-step protocols approach that has become the standard in all biomedical protocol publishing. Each protocol is provided in readily-reproducible step-bystep fashion, opening with an introductory overview, a list of the materials and reagents needed to complete the experiment, and followed by a detailed procedure that is supported with a helpful notes section offering tips and tricks of the trade as well as troubleshooting advice. These hallmark features were introduced by series editor Dr. John Walker and constitute the key ingredient in each and every volume of the Methods in Molecular Biology series. Tested and trusted, comprehensive and reliable, all protocols from the series are indexed in PubMed.

Multiprotein Complexes Methods and Protocols

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Arnaud Poterszman Institut de Génétique et de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire, Center for Integrated Biology, Integrated Structural Biology Department, Equipe labellisée Ligue Contre le Cancer, CNRS UMR 7104 - Inserm U 1258, University of Strasbourg, Illkirch, France

Editor Arnaud Poterszman Institut de Ge´ne´tique et de Biologie Mole´culaire et Cellulaire, Center for Integrated Biology, Integrated Structural Biology Department, Equipe labellise´e Ligue Contre le Cancer CNRS UMR 7104 - Inserm U 1258 University of Strasbourg Illkirch, France

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