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Single particle electron microscopy is a versatile technique for the structural analysis of protein complexes in near-native conditions. While tremendous progress has been made during the past few decades in techniques for specimen preparation, imaging, and image analysis, the field is still in development. In the context of this volume on electron crystallography, the following chapter gives practical guidelines on how to begin single particle EM studies, including preparing specimens, selecting imaging conditions, and choosing which of the many approaches to image analysis are appropriate for a specific sample.

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Wilson C Y Lau, John L Rubinstein. Single particle electron microscopy. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2013;955:401-26

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