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The living body is composed of innumerable fine and complex structures and although these structures have been studied in the past, a vast amount of information pertaining to them still remains unknown. When attempting to observe these ultra-structures, the use of electron microscopy (EM) has become indispensable. However, conventional EM settings are limited to a narrow tissue area that can bias observations. Recently, new trends in EM research have emerged that provide coverage of fararXiv:2111.14373v1 fatcat:tv7jlahbhfhj3ij4y2tqqxkzs4