A high pressure freezer is used to freeze living cells and tissues with liquid nitrogen under a pressure of 2100bar to avoid the build up of damaging ice crystals. This so called vitrification process of biological samples is a prerequisite for a subsequent high quality TEM sample preparation.






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Contact: Dr Matthias Floetenmeyer on mfloetenmeyer@uq.edu.au

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