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Hard X-ray Nano-Holotomography of Formalin-Fixated and Paraffin-Embedded Human Brain Tissue

  • Anna Khimchenko (a1), Alexandra Pacureanu (a2), Christos Bikis (a1), Simone E. Hieber (a1), Peter Thalmann (a1), Hans Deyhle (a1), Gabriel Schweighauser (a3), Jürgen Hench (a3), Stephan Frank (a3), Magdalena Müller-Gerbl (a4), Georg Schulz (a1), Peter Cloetens (a2) and Bert Muller (a1)...
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Current Addresses: Department of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School (HMS), Boston, USA and Wellman Center for Photomedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Boston, USA

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[1] Germann, M, et al, J. Neurosci. Meth. 170 2008 149.
[2] Schulz, G, et al, J. Roy. Soc. Interface 7 2010 1665.
[3] Khimchenko, A, et al, NeuroImage 139 2016 26.
[4] Töpperwien, M, et al, Sci. Rep. 7 2017 42847.
[5] Hieber, SE, et al, Sci. Rep. 6 2016 32156.
[6] Da Silva, JC, et al, Optica 4 2017 492.
[7] Khimchenko, A, et al, Adv. Sci. 5 2018 1700697. doi: 10.1002/advs.201700694.
[8] The authors acknowledge funding from the Swiss National Science Foundation projects 147172, 144535 and 133802. The beamtime was granted by the ESRF, proposal MD-969.
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Microscopy and Microanalysis
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