EM & Correlative microscopy papers

Introduction to EM

  1. Verkade, P (2013) Essential Guide to Electron microscopy (TEM & SEM) Chapter 7, pp 59-65 in: Essential Guide to Reading Biomedical Papers: Recognising and Interpreting Best Practice (ed) Langton, PD; John Wiley & Sons, New York.  ISBN: 978-1-119-95996-0
  2. Winey, M et al (2014) Conventional transmission electron microscopy Mol Biol Cell. 25/3: 319-323
  3. Hossler, F (2014) Ultrastructure Atlas of Human Tissue Wiley-Blackwell  ISBN = 978-1-118-28453-7
  4. Do, M et al (2015) Imaging and characterizing cells using tomography Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 581: 111-121
  5. Schröder, RR (2015) Advances in electron microscopy: a qualitative view of instrumentation development for macromolecular imaging and tomography Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 581: 25-38
  6. Titze, B & Genoud, C (2016) Volume scanning electron microscopy for imaging biological ultrastructure Biol. Cell 108/11: 307-323
  7. Tafti, AP et al (2015) Recent advances in 3D SEM surface reconstruction Micron 78: 54-66
  8. Wernitznig, S et al (2016) Optimizing the 3D-reconstruction technique for serial block-face scanning electron microscopy Jour. Neurosci. Methods 264: 16-24
  9. Webster, P et al (2008) Preparation of cells and tissues for immuno EM Methods Cell Biol. 88: 45-58

Correlative microscopy – CLEM

  1. Kopek, BG (2017) Diverse protocols for correlative super-resolution fluorescence imaging and electron microscopy of chemically fixed samples Nature Protocols 12/5: 916-946
  2. van Elsland, DM et al (2017) Correlative light and electron microscopy reveals discrepancy between gold and fluorescence labelling Jour. Microscopy
  3. Karreman, MA et al (2016) Intravital correlative microscopy: imaging life at the nanoscale Trends Cell Biol. 26/11: 848-863
  4. Müller-Reichert, T & Verkade, P (2012) Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy Methods in Cell Biology vol. 111 Elsevier, Academic Press ISBN 978-0-12-416026-2
  5. Müller-Reichert, T & Verkade, P (2014) Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy II Methods in Cell Biology vol. 124 Elsevier, Academic Press ISBN 978-0-12-801075-4
  6. Müller-Reichert, T & Verkade, P (2017) Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy III Methods in Cell Biology vol. 140 Elsevier, Academic Press ISBN: 978-0-12-809975-9 (Paul & Thomas are friends from Dresden days at the MPI-GBG: they amongst the very best in the world at CLEM and electron microscopy).
  7. Perkovic, M et al (2014) Correlative Light- and Electron Microscopy with chemical tags Jour. Structural Biol. 186/: 205-213
  8. Jahn, KA et al (2012) Correlative microscopy: Providing new understanding in the biomedical and plant sciences Micron 43/5: 565-582
  9. Peddie, CJ et al (2014) Correlative and integrated light and electron microscopy of in-resin GFP fluorescence, used to localise diacylglycerol in mammalian cells Ultramicroscopy 143: 3-14
  10. Tuijtel, MW et al (2017) Inducing fluorescence of uranyl acetate as a dual-purpose contrast agent for correlative light-electron microscopy with nanometre precision Science Reports 7/1: 10442
  11. Johnson, E et al (2015) Correlative in-resin super-resolution and electron microscopy using standard flourescent protins Scientific Reports 5: 9583 also see this report on using photo-switchable fluorescent proteins.
  12. Brama, E et al (2016) UltraLM & MiniLM: locator tools for smart tracking of fluorescent cells in correlative light and electron microscopy Wellcome Open Research 1: 26
  13. Shu, X et al (2011) A genetically-encoded tag for correlated light and electron microscopy of intact cells tissues and organisms PLoS Biology 9/4: e1001041
  14. Wiley Correlative Microscopy ebook  and this Correlative Microscopy explanation