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Webinar: Understanding the Biological Machinery by TEM Imaging and Structure Determination


This webinar slide deck is provided by Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge Support Center (NACK Center) and Nanotechnology Collaborative Infrastructure Southwest (NCI-Southwest). The webinar covers advances in cryogenically preserving biological assemblies and imaging them by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). Slide topics include the following: 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Biological molecules, Biomolecular Fold Space, EM imaging can investigate this higher order assembly, Why CryoEM, Cryogenic preservation, Plunge Freezing in detail, TEM images are projection images, 2D projections to 3D structures, Single particle reconstruction, Central Slice Theorem, Computing a 3D Reconstruction, Imaging protein in Ice, Building up biological assembly, Unstained cryogenic material, and more. This webinar runs 56:36 minutes in length. 

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