Cryo-electron tomography (also cryo-ET or electron cryotomography) is a technique where an electron microscope is used to record a series of two-dimensional images as a biological sample held at cryogenic temperatures is tilted. Using computational methods, the two-dimensional images can be aligned to yield a three-dimensional (tomographic) reconstruction of the sample.
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