Researchers around the world are striving to understand blood cell interactions and the role of immune cells and platelets in protecting the body from various diseases.
This application note explains the effective role that Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEMs) and Correlative Light-electron Microscopy (CLEM) can play in vital blood research.
Download this application note and learn:
- The fascinating role of blood research in disease prevention;
- Why integrated CLEM offers more readily available and reliable results;
- The significance of fast SEM research results in creating new malaria vaccines.
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