Correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) the combination of fluorescence microscopy (FM) with high-resolution electron microscopy (EM). Integrated CLEM is a technique that performs both imaging modalities simultaneously in the same instrument without sample transfer.
SECOM is an integrated CLEM that is produced and designed by Delmic. This system is being used worldwide for cancer research, marine biology, neuroscience, and cell biology. However, a recent paper published in the Journal of Microscopy demonstrates a novel application for iCLEM in imaging sedimentary organic matter.
In this presentation, you can learn how iCLEM was applied to measure organic matter in geological samples.
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