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Electron Microscopy

Electron microscopy offers unique opportunities to analyze cell structure and contents and to carry out morphometrics, elemental analysis and diagnostics. For researchers, electron microsopy provides access to resolutions down to the 200 nm to 0.34 nm range which are not available with other methods. At the same time it reveals tissue characteristics which cannot be visualized otherwise. The electron microscopy remains unrivalled in resolution and detailed visualization of subcellular compartments and organelles. With the aid of analytical electron microscopy, morphological information can be augmented by additional chemical characterization of nano-particles.  

Facility Management

Professor Dr. Martin Schaller
University Department of Dermatology

Liebermeisterstraße 26

72076 Tübingen




Professor Dr. Ulrich Schraermeyer
Centre for Ophthalmology

Section for Experimental Vitreoretinal Surgery

Schleichstraße 12/1

72076 Tübingen



Two locations to serve you

The core facility Electron Microscopy has two locations: In the University Department of Dermatology and in the Institute for Ophthalmic Research. Both locations can be used by interested research groups in the Faculty of Medicine, public institutions (university, Max Planck Institutes, etc.) and non-university organizations such as industry partners. Please contact the facility operators listed below to discuss your research needs.

Department of Dermatology
  • Routine morphology studies
  • Immunogold labelling on Lowicryl sections
  • Elemental analysis (EELS, ESI)
  • Negative staining
  • Correlative licht and electron microscopy CLEM




Centre for Ophthalmology
  • Routine morphology studies
  • Immunogold labelling on cryosections, Lowicryl and LR-White
  • Elemental analysis (EELS, ESI, EDX, diffraction)
  • Negative staining
  • Autoradiography
  • 3-D reconstruction of serial sections
  • Correlative licht and electron microscopy CLEM
  • Scanning and focused ion beam analyses




Facility operators

Birgit Fehrenbacher, Department of Dermatology
Tel. 07071/29-8 08 46




Dr. rer. nat. Antje Biesemeier, Centre for Ophthalmology
Tel. 07071/29-8 47 74



Further information

...on demand



Last update: 25 January 2018



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