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Scanning Photoemission Spectromicroscopy of Neurons

Photoemission spectroscopy now reaches a lateral resolution in the submicrometer range. It is possible, therefore, to perform chemical analysis in the microscopic domain required for life-science experiments. We present a successful test of this approach, including photoemission spectra taken on microscopic areas of a fixed neuron culture, and photoelectron two-dimensional microdistribution maps of specific elements. The test demonstrates that scanning photoemision spectromicroscopy can be successfully applied to biological specimens, although one cannot automatically connect results on fixed cultures and the in vivo properties.

    Keywords: PHOTOELECTRON MICROSCOPE ; UNDULATOR ; MAXIMUM ; PERSPECTIVE ; NETWORKS

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    Univ wisconsin,ctr x-ray lithog,stoughton,wi 53589. cnr,ist neurobiol,rome,italy. ecole polytech fed lausanne,inst phys appl,ch-1015 lausanne,switzerland. Destasio, g, cnr,ist struttura mat,via e fermi 38,i-00044 frascati,italy.

    ISI Document Delivery No.: LV383

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