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Modern Electron Microscopy in Physical and Life Sciences
Ever since electron microscopy became an important tool in the scientific research, the focus had been mainly on ultrastructural analysis with little success in the development and application of suitable techniques for the localization of macromolecules in cells. The emergence of immunogold techniques in the 1960s managed to fill this gap in serving this function. The aim of this chapter is to equip researchers, postgraduate students, and technicians with essential knowledge to utilizedoi:10.5772/61719 fatcat:5h5frne2hjcgvg2x2mtmrg4xde