Glutaraldehyde solution
Company: Sigma-Aldrich
Catalog#: G5882
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Nematode Epicuticle Visualisation by PeakForce Tapping Atomic Force Microscopy
[Abstract]  The free-living soil nematode Caenorhabditis elegans has become an iconic experimental model animal in biology. This transparent animal can be easily imaged using optical microscopy to visualise its organs, tissues, single cells and subcellular events. The epicuticle of C. elegans nematodes has been studied at nanoscale using transmission and scanning (SEM) electron microscopies. As a result, imaging artefacts can appear due to embedding the worms into resins or coating the ...

Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) Imaging to Determine Inflorescence Initiation and Development in Olive
[Abstract]  Here we present a protocol that describes how to image the structure of the olive axillary bud meristem with a scanning electron microscope (SEM) in order to characterize its identity and developmental stage. Briefly, the specimen is fixed with glutaraldehyde, saturated with ethanol, dried in a critical point dryer (CPD) system, dissected, coated with a conducting material and imaged with a scanning electron microscopy (SEM).

Fluorescence in situ Localization of Gene Expression Using a lacZ Reporter in the Heterocyst-forming Cyanobacterium Anabaena variabilis
[Abstract]  One of the most successful fluorescent proteins, used as a reporter of gene expression in many bacterial, plant and animals, is green fluorescent protein and its modified forms, which also function well in cyanobacteria. However, these fluorescent proteins do not allow rapid and economical quantitation of the reporter gene product, as does the popular reporter gene lacZ, encoding the enzyme β-galactosidase. We provide here a protocol for the in situ localization of ...

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