By Peter W. Hawkes
Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics merges long-running serials--Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics and Advances in Optical and Electron Microscopy. This sequence gains prolonged articles at the physics of electron units (especially semiconductor devices), particle optics at low and high energies, microlithography, photograph technological know-how and electronic photo processing, electromagnetic wave propagation, electron microscopy, and the computing tools utilized in these kinds of domains.
- Contributions from prime gurus
- Informs and updates on all of the newest advancements within the field
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Ruska knew from his studies on food-and-mouth disease virus, done on the island of Riems, that organ tropism of a virus can vary (Ruska, H. & Ruska-Menze 1947). ” Ruska later updated his 1943 proposals according to the state of knowledge of virus structures (Ruska, H. 1950a,b,c). Helmut Ruska (1908–1973) 49 The next scientiﬁc classiﬁcation, based on the nature of the viral nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) and using the size and shape of the agent as distinctive criteria was proposed only in 1962 by André Lwoff, Robert Horne, and Paul Tournier (Lwoff, Horne, & Tournier 1962) and one year laterdbased on her ample wealth of excellent imagesdby June D.
Taken from von Borries et al. (1938b) with permission of Springer ScienceþBusiness Media. Original sizes: These images were presented together with a number of bacterial images in a lecture by Helmut Ruska during the Meeting of the Medical Society of Berlin on June 22, 1938. 30 Hans R. Gelderblom and Detlev H. Kr€ uger Figure 12 Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV), like many other plant viruses, can be produced to high titers in plants and puriﬁed by a few simple steps. In the 1930s, TMV was a preferred object in “biochemistry” and the developing ﬁeld of virology (Stanley 1936).
Electron microscopy by its “open view” is a rapid “catchall-method” that allows each supposed virion to be assigned to a distinct virus family. , in clinical emergencies, in case of possible bioterrorism and in routine quality control of biologicals (Hazelton & Gelderblom 2003). Thin-section transmission electron microscopy (TS-TEM; a, b, d), the more demanding and time-consuming technique reveals, also internal structures. Bar equals 100 nm. (a) TS-TEM of a HIV 1–producing cell culture with three morphologically and functionally immature virions (“i”) and a number of fully matured virions (“m”; diameter of 120–130 nm, membrane-bound with a cone-shaped core; hg # Z16169).
Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics, Volume 182 by Peter W. Hawkes