immunogold electron microscopy

immunogold electron microscopy

[¦im·yə·nə‚gold i‚lek‚trän mī′kräs·kə·pē]
(cell molecular)
A technique in which cellular components are visualized with an electron microscope by using gold particles as antibody/protein labels.
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Infected and uninfected MDCK cells were embedded for standard electron microscopy or immunogold electron microscopy in a mixture of Epon-substitute and Araldite or in LR White resin (Ted Pella, Inc.
Immunogold electron microscopy labeling that used an anti-matrix protein goat antibody detected matrix (M) proteins on the dense tubular structures (Figure 1, panel E) as well as on virions (C.
Report of a case proved by preembedding immunogold electron microscopy.