PbI2 Crystallization, TESCANLeaf Fract, TESCANButterfly Wings, Benedykt R. Jany, Marian SmoluchowskiInstitute of Physics - Jagiellonian University, Poland
Polymer fibers, TESCAN1- CVD grown diamond film, Magdalena Parlinska, University of Rzeszow, Poland Diatoms World, Mostafa Moonir Shawrav, Institute of Solid State Electronics, Austria
Procapsid and nucleocapsid of dsRNA bacteriophage phi6, D. Nemecek, CryoEM Research Group CEITEC, Czech Republic Chroococcus giganteus - Jan Stastny, Charles University, Věda je krásnáScenedesmus quadricauda - Viktor Sykora, Charles University , Věda je krásná
Energy filtered TEM micrograph of yttria (in green) - zirconia (in red) multilayers, Chanchal Ghosh,  IGCAR, Kalpakkam, India  Pollen grain of Hyoseris radiata, TESCANPowder metallurgy substrate, TESCAN
Coral, TESCANOrchid root showing with idioblastic cells, S. R. Senthilkumar, St. Joseph´s College, India Rhaphoneis - Pavel Skaloud, Charles University, Věda je krásná
Eudorina - Pavel Skaloud, Charles University, Věda je krásnáSEM image of ink-bottle silica nanopores, A. Sterczynska,NanoBioMediacl Centre (CNBM), Poznan, Poland Offretite Scagno, TESCAN
3- Gel beads coated with a RuC13 coatings, Magdalena Parlinska, University of Rzeszow, Poland Collagen fibers in cartilage, E. I. Romijn, NTNU, Trondheim 2- Gel beads coated with a RuC13 coatings, Magdalena Parlinska, University of Rzeszow, Poland

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Microbiology and virology

Unicellular life forms and viruses vastly outnumber multicellular organisms, and have been the objects of intensive research for many decades. Recent advances in microscopy techniques made it possible to uncover the details of their life cycle and interactions. Implementation of advanced cryo-EM methods yielded new insights into the ultrastructure of viruses and bacteria. Besides the classical morphological analysis, a more dynamic view is emerging, thus providing new clues about the molecular mechanisms of assembly, maturation and infection. This symposium will focus on implementation of advanced light and electron microscopy techniques, jointly with the use of new labelling protocols, to study in vivo interactions and life cycles of viruses and bacteria.

Session chairs:

Peter Peters
Institute of Nanoscopy, Maastricht University,
The Netherlands
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Oldřich Benada
Institute of Microbiology, Academy of Sciences,
Czech Republic
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Invited speakers:

Laura van Niftrik
Institute for Water and Wetland Research,
The Netherlands

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E. R. Wright
Emory University School of Medicine,
USA

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SESSION PROGRAM:

SLOT A, 11 SEPTEMBER, MEETING HALL 5, 09:00 - 11:00

09:00 – 09:30 Wright E. R. Structural Analysis of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (invited)
09:30 – 10:00 van Niftrik L. Microbes with identity issues: the energy-conserving prokaryotic organelle and (atypical) cell wall of anammox bacteria (invited)
10:00 – 10:15
Flechsler J. Localization of a novel CO2 fixation pathway in a compartmentalized Prokaryote (oral)
10:15 – 10:30 Mesman R. Anammox bacteria: Linking ultrastructure and function (oral)
10:30 – 10:45 Heimerl T. FIB/SEM and (serial) Electron Tomography of the enigmatic Ignicoccus hospitalis/Nanoarchaeum equitans Co-Culture (oral)
10:45 – 11:00 Livolant F. DNA structure inside the T5 bacteriophage capsid (oral)

 

 

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