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Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy (CLEM) is a combination of light microscopy and electron microscopy to image the exact same area of interest providing complementary information. This combination provides information both at the light microscopy level with a large field of view and ultrastructure information at a higher resolution. This technique helps in obtaining dynamic functional information and structural context from the same sample.

Latest update: 2022-09-02