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By T. A. Hall (auth.), Dr. Karl Zierold, Herbert K. Hagler Ph.D. (eds.)

The goal of electron probe microanalysis of organic structures is to spot, localize, and quantify parts, mass, and water in cells and tissues. the strategy relies at the concept that all electrons and photons rising from an electron beam irradiated specimen comprise info on its constitution and composition. particularly, power spectroscopy of X-rays and electrons after interplay of the electron beam with the specimen is used for this function. even though, the appliance of this system in biology and drugs has to beat 3 particular difficulties: 1. the primary constituent of such a lot mobilephone samples is water. given that liquid water isn't suitable with vacuum stipulations within the electron microscope, specimens must be ready with no nerve-racking the opposite elements, in parti­ cular diffusible ions (elements). 2. Electron probe microanaly­ sis presents actual facts on both dry specimens or absolutely hydrated, frozen specimens. this information frequently needs to be con­ verted into quantitative information significant to the mobile biologist or physiologist. three. Cells and tissues aren't static yet dynamic structures. hence, for instance, microanalysis of physiolo­ gical methods calls for sampling concepts that are tailored to deal with particular organic or clinical questions. in the course of contemporary years, striking growth has been made to beat those difficulties. Cryopreparation, photograph research, and electron strength loss spectroscopy are key components that have solved a few difficulties and provide promise for destiny improvements.

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K. Hagler: It is now well accepted that hydrated sections followed by freeze-drying offer the best preservation of mobile ions. The technique of cryosectioning is much quicker and has been shown to give reproducible results. What compelling reason necessitate the development of alternate plastic techniques which severely 1 imit the X-ray sensitivity in terms of peak/ 46 background ratio? L. Edelmann: Reproducible results are not necessarily free of artefacts. Efforts to optimize different competitive preparation methods may ultimately lead to a better understanding of the different artefacts introduced by the different procedures.

The nominal distance between detector and specimen was 24 mm. Acceleration voltage was 80 kV and the zero strobe peak and copper K line were routinely used to calibrate the spectrometer for gain and zero shifts. Spectra were collected over the range of 0-20 keV for 50 or 100s livetime at a resolution of 20 eV/channel. The output count rate was adjusted to approximately 1000 cps excluding the zero strobe peak. The selected area raster mode was routinely used at a scan speed of 1 or 10s per frame.

Do you agree? N. Roos: I do. In both cases one is left with an unique set of data. However, one is tempted to believe that the more sophisticated piece of equipment (a cold transfer device) might give the more reliable data! L. Gupta: When comparing different types of preparations for quantitation should one not include Z2/A corrections? These may be substantially different for frozen-dried vis embedded and fixed vis unfixed specimens? 31 N. Roos: The corrections are software used in this study.

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