Cell Biological Applications of Confocal Microscopy
Methods in Cell Biology, Volume 38
Brian Matsumoto, Ed.
Academic Press, Inc., San Diego 1993
ISBN 0-12-564138-9 (Hardcover)
ISBN 0-12-480830-6 (Paperback)
13 Chapters, 380 Pages, Indexed
This book was conceived with the understanding that the advantages of using a
confocal microscope can only be realized with proper sample preparation.
The goal of the book is to provide background information as well as
specific, detailed protocols for sample preparation for both new and
experienced confocal microscope users. Each of the thirteen chapters
was written to stand alone. However, there are several general topics
covered by two or more chapters: basic confocal microscope concepts and
limitations, immunofluorecence applications, subcellular physiology
studies, and neurology. Now available in spiral bound form, this book
will be a useful reference to anyone using or planning to use a confocal microscope.