Creative Biostructure Uncovers Insights for Pathology Research with Advanced iEM Platform
Creative Biostructure, with years’ experience in EM imaging, has built an integrated iEM platform to provide expertise and services to researchers and professionals in pathology research applications.
Pathologists use electron microscopy (EM), which primarily consists of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Light microscopy has a lower resolution than electron microscopy (EM), which enables direct viewing of biological organelles, cells, tissue structures, and microbes (such as viruses, bacteria). In addition to aiding in the investigation of blood, kidney, skin, nervous system, muscle, and infectious diseases, this microscopy technique can make architectural details clearer.
To further scientists’ pathology research, Creative Biostructure launched this unique integrated platform for EM and other microscopy technologies.
Core factors of the services:
*Provides technical support and consultation at all levels for customers requiring routine and analytical TEM, SEM, confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM), and atomic force microscopy (AFM).
*Allows the study of surface structures of tissue and provides useful information about cell composition, contour, and diameter.
Skin Disease Research
Ocular Histopathology Research
Renal Disease Research
Neurological Disorder Research
Muscle Disorder Research
Infectious Disease Research
Now, scientists at Creative Biostructure enable characterization of ultrastructural morphology of cells in different pathological entities, exploration of the molecular and structural basis of multiple diseases, drug evaluation and development, and characterization of various pathogens and their ultrastructure.
“Through the use of a variety of cutting-edge microscopy techniques and our highly skilled technical personnel, Creative Biostructure improves the effectiveness of pathology research. We may provide a pathology research package that is customized for your particular requirements.” Commented Joanna, the chief marketing staff at Creative Biostructure.
The detailed information about the iEM platform for pathology research provided by Creative Biostructure can be viewed here: https://iem.creative-biostructure.com/pathology-research.html.