SECOM, correlative light and electron microscopy • 1 min reading time

How can correlative microscopy reveal unique insights into your sample (in one infographic)

secom infographic correlative microscopy

Imaging biological samples can be pretty tiring and difficult, especially when the data has to be acquired with different microscopes.

Transferring the sample, acquiring data and overlaying the images can be extremely laborious. Correlative light and electron microscopy (also known as CLEM) is an imaging technique that eliminates these challenges by combining light microscope with a scanning electron microscope, making the process of image acquisition and overlaying seamless and user-friendly. 

What about the sample preparation? If you are interested to know everything about it as well, make sure to download our white paper on sample preparation specifically for this imaging technique.