About this webinar
Correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) is a great technique combining electron and fluorescence imaging. The labelling power of fluorescence imaging combined with high resolution structural information acquired with electron imaging makes correlative microscopy a perfect tool for studying biological samples.
One of the fields where such technique could be effectively used is virology. In this webinar, we are going to focus on giant viruses, which are found in environmental, animal, as well as human samples. Giant viruses are rarely studied with light microscopy due to the lack of access to their ultrastructure. However, because of their big size, they could be observed with fluorescence and their ultrastructure studied with EM. Simultaneous CLEM combines these two techniques and allows us to both identify and study giant virus infected cells.
Join our webinar if you would like to know more about simultaneous imaging of the giant viruses with light and electron microscopy. Our application specialist Dr. Sangeetha Hari will focus on: