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Old 12-24-2012, 01:53 PM   #1
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Hi folks,

I took some images of the PacBio SMRT cell on our electron microscope and I thought I would share...

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Thank you very much. Could you photo some proton chip by electron microscope?
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Any idea what these microscopic "eyeball" components are?

What are the critters attacking the "eyeballs"?

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Here are some images of the Proton chip

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Old 12-24-2012, 11:39 PM   #6
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"Any idea what these microscopic "eyeball" components are?"

I think those are the 'zero-mode waveguide nanophotonic visualization chambers' that house the DNA polymerase where the real time sequencing takes place.


"What are the critters attacking the "eyeballs"?"

Your guess is as good as mine :0)

I am not a microbiologist but maybe simple bacteria. They were in a "fresh" SMRT cell. Maybe someone else can identify them accurately by their appearance.

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