1 article(s) from Byrne, James M
Annual (bars) and accumulated (blue line) numbers of publications on bio-imaging using the helium-i...
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When the ion beam of the HIM interacts with the sample, primary ions and secondary particles escape...
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Charge compensation in the HIM using the flood gun. An uncoated maize root was imaged with differen...
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HIM of two Pseudomonas putida biofilms grown on polyvinylchloride coverslips in parallel under exac...
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Rabbit cartilage collagen imaged by HIM. High resolution and depth of field reveal nanoscopic netwo...
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Helium-ion micrograph showing an immunogold-labelled (arrows) proximal tubule in a mouse kidney. Sc...
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HIM image of a Papilio ulysses butterfly black ground scale. Scale bar is 400 nm. Adapted from . Co...
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Helium-ion micrographs of the T4 bacteriophage infecting Escherichia coli. (a) Three bacteria with ...
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Helium-ion micrograph of the predatory bacterium Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus infecting Escherichia c...
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HIM of Toxoplasma gongii inside a vacuole of an infected Rhesus monkey kidney epithelial cell. The ...
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Microbial mat collected at the Himalayan hot springs at Manikaran imaged with the HIM. Unpublished ...
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A biofilm of Chlorella microalgae imaged using HIM. Charge compensation allowed for imaging the bio...
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Helium-ion micrograph of a twisted stalk produced by a microaerophilic Fe(II)-oxidizing bacterium (...
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Helium-ion micrographs of the predatory nematode Pristionchus pacificus before (a) and after (b) th...
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Helium-ion micrographs of sectioned microbiological samples. (a) He-ion-milled cross section of a E...
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Helium-ion micrograph of a Ne-ion-milled section of a E. coli–nanopillared dragonfly wing interface...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2021, 12, 1–23, doi:10.3762/bjnano.12.1
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