Bio-imaging with the helium-ion microscope: A review

Matthias Schmidt, James M Byrne, Ilari J Maasilta

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-23
Number of pages23
JournalBeilstein Journal of Nanotechnology
Volume12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 4 Jan 2021

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
The authors wish to thank Yalda Davoudpour for providing the maize root sample shown in Figure 3 and Nedal Said for the preparation of the bacterial biofilms displayed in Figure 4. Furthermore, the authors thank Markus Kr?ger for providing the sample of Bdellovibrio infecting E. coli shown in Figure 9. For the biofilm samples displayed in Figure 11 and Figure 12 the authors are grateful to Anukriti Sharma and Jairo-Hernan Osorio-Moreno. The authors thank Chiththaka Chaturanga Devapriya Bandara Imihami Mudiyanselage for critically reading and commenting the manuscript. We are thankful for the use of the helium-ion microscope at the Centre for Chemical Microscopy (ProVIS) at UFZ Leipzig, which is supported by European Regional Development Funds (EFRE-Europe funds Saxony) and the Helmholtz Association, and for the use of the helium-ion microscope at University of Jyv?skyl?, which is funded by the Academy of Finland within the FIRI2014 programme.

Funding Information:
The authors wish to thank Yalda Davoudpour for providing the maize root sample shown in Figure 3 and Nedal Said for the preparation of the bacterial biofilms displayed in Figure 4. Furthermore, the authors thank Markus Krüger for providing the sample of Bdellovibrio infecting E. coli shown in Figure 9. For the biofilm samples displayed in Figure 11 and Figure 12 the authors are grateful to Anukriti Sharma and Jairo-Hernan Osorio-Moreno. The authors thank Chiththaka Chaturanga Devapriya Bandara Imihami Mudiyanselage for critically reading and commenting the manuscript. We are thankful for the use of the helium-ion microscope at the Centre for Chemical Microscopy (ProVIS) at UFZ Leipzig, which is supported by European Regional Development Funds (EFRE-Europe funds Saxony) and the Helmholtz Association, and for the use of the helium-ion microscope at University of Jyväskylä, which is funded by the Academy of Finland within the FIRI2014 programme.

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