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Complement Confocal with Ultra Resolution3View®Serial Block Face Imaging in the SEMTop: A 3D reconstruction of a dendrite from a 15,625 ?m³ (25 x 25 x 25 ?m) volumetric data set containing 500 serial images of mouse cerebellum generated by Gatan 3View®. Dendrite structure (green), buttons (yellow), and vesicles (red). Bottom Left: Confocal image of a dendrite. Middle left: 3View® image showing wire frame traces. Middle right: Wire frame traces rendered into a volumetric model. Bottom right: Ultra resolution dendritic spine model with synapses. Sample courtesy of Tom Deerinck and Dr. Mark Ellisman, National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research, University of California, San Diego. Serial images were segmented using Imaris to create a 3D model of a neuron of interest.Please visit us at the Society for Neuroscience 41st Annual Meeting and the 2011 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting or TEMDIGITAL IMAGINGSPECIMEN PREPARATIONTEM SPECIMEN HOLDERSSEM PRODUCTSSOFTWAREX-RAY MICROSCOPYwww.gatan.comCIRCLE NO. 4 OR ONLINE:

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