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Nanoscale Examination of Biological Tissues Using X-ray Spectromicroscopy

  • James Everett (a1) (a2), Vindy Tjendana Tjhin (a2), Jake Brooks (a2), Frederik Lermyte (a2), Ian Hands-Portman (a3), Jon Dobson (a4) (a5), Joanna Collingwood (a2) and Neil Telling (a1)...
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[1] Telling, N D, et al, Cell Chem. Biol. 24 2017 12051215.
[2] Kiernan, J A Histological and Histochemical Methods" ed. 5 Scion Publishing Banbury, UK.
[3] This work was supported by EPSRC grants EP/K035193/1, EP/N033191/1 - EP/N033140/1 and University of Warwick alumni donations. Tissues were obtained with informed consent, and analyzed in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki under the remit of ethical approval 07/MRE08/12 from the UK National Research Ethics Service. We thank staff at the Advanced Light Source beamline 11.0.2 and Diamond Light Source beamline I08 for assistance with data collection.
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Microscopy and Microanalysis
  • ISSN: 1431-9276
  • EISSN: 1435-8115
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