Team Leader and Head of Electron Microscopy Core FacilityEdit
Single-particle and tomography cryo-EM for structural biology projects is offered through the cryo-EM service platform.
Software tools for automated transmission electron microscopy.
Schorb M, Haberbosch I, Hagen WJH, Schwab Y, Mastronarde DN.
Nature Methods. 2019 Jun. doi: 10.1038/s41592-019-0396-9.
Postmitotic nuclear pore assembly proceeds by radial dilation of small membrane openings.
Otsuka S, Steyer AM, Schorb M, Hériché JK, Hossain MJ, Sethi S, Kueblbeck M, Schwab Y, Beck M, Ellenberg J.
Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2018 Jan;25(1):21-28. doi: 10.1038/s41594-017-0001-9. | Abstract
Pre-assembled Nuclear Pores Insert into the Nuclear Envelope during Early Development.
Hampoelz B, Mackmull MT, Machado P, Ronchi P, Bui KH, Schieber N, Santarella-Mellwig R, Necakov A, Andrés-Pons A, Philippe JM, Lecuit T, Schwab Y, Beck M.
Cell 2016, 166(3):664-78. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2016.06.015 | Abstract
We are happy to welcome visitors in the Electron Microscopy Facility if capacity allows.
Please note that visitors from EMBL’s Member or Associated Member States are our first priority.
The EMBL research site in Heidelberg is currently closed to external visitors and most staff are working from home. The ECMF is therefore, currently, not hosting visitors at this time.
If you would like to apply as a visitor in the EMCF, please contact us by email including a short overview of your project. We will discuss the feasibility of your project internally and in case of a positive evaluation we will contact you for a more detailed meeting over the phone, via Skype or video conference.
The EMCF currently participates in several initiatives supporting visitor access:
Electron Microscopy Core Facility
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