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Electron cryomicroscopy is a kind of transmission electron microscopy (EM) within which the pattern is studied at cryogenic temperatures (generally liquid nitrogen temperatures). Cryo-EM is constructing recognition in structural biology. This quantity from the Advances in Protein Chemistry and Structural Biology sequence is a component B and covers crucial topics.
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However, it was not possible to fully visualize the fragile structures known as the nuclear basket hanging down on the nuclear side of the pore, or the cytoplasmic filaments, to which cargo is bound in the process of nuclear transport that can be visualized in freeze-fracture deep-etch preparations ( Jarnik and Aebi, 1991). In both the tomographic averages, the portions nearest the massive ring are present. However, the distal ends of these structures are apparently too flexible to yield a coherent average.