July 15, 2021
Mykhailo Kopylov, NCITU
Join us and learn about the NIH-funded National Network for Cryo-Electron Tomography
Mykhailo Kopylov from the National Center for In-situ Tomographic Ultramicroscopy (NCITU) presents on the High-Pressure Freezing “waffle” method for vitrification of samples including mammalian cells, cell clumps like bacteria or yeasts, purified proteins, large cells and cell aggregates, and tissues with 10 um limit. He provides an overview of the problems for vitrification of samples and how the HPF waffle technique provides new sample workflows.