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The Netherlands Centre for Electron Nanoscopy at Leiden University is the open access facility for cryo-TEM in the Netherlands.

NeCEN - LU

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Cryo-Electron Microscopy, NeCEN, Leiden, The Netherlands

At NeCEN, there are two Thermo Scientific Titan Krios instruments available. The Titan Krios microscopes are dedicated to high-end data collection. Titan Krios 1 is a dedicated instrument for EFTEM (energy-filtered TEM) and cryo-tomography. This microscope has a S-FEG source and is equipped with a Gatan GIF+K2 DED (integrated into EPU allowing auto data collection) as well as a Thermo Scientific Falcon 2 DED camera and volta phase plate. It is an instrument for both tomography and automated single particle acquisition. Titan Krios 2 is a specialised instrument for single particle acquisition. This microscope has a X-FEG source, a Cs corrector, a Thermo Scientific Falcon 3 counting mode DED camera and volta phase plate.

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NeCEN - LU

The Netherlands Centre for Electron Nanoscopy (NeCEN) at Leiden University (external website) is part of the Instruct-NL national Instruct Centre in the Netherlands and provides access to cryo-transmission electron microscopy (cryo-TEM).

The NeCEN microscopes are based on the innovative Titan platform. NeCEN offers two main aspects of cryo-TEM. One of the microscopes is optimized for visualizing cellular structures in 3D with nanometer precision (tomography). The other microscope is equipped for analyzing single particles with even more detail. Cryo-transmission electron microscopy (cryo-TEM) allows scientists to observe proteins and organelles in a near native state.

In addition to data collection, NeCEN offers a wide range or cryo-EM related services, including sample preparation, sample screening, image processing and specialized customer tailored trainings and courses.

Important: to ensure a smooth application process, and to make sure users are aware of the potential additional costs involved, we strongly recommend any users to contact us before submitting an application.

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NeCEN is an open access facility and additionally accessible through Instruct and iNEXT. See the NeCEN website for detailed contact information.

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