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Julia Koenig , Dr.

Julia Koenig

Julia Koenig studierte Biologie an der Technischen Universität Dresden. Nach Abschluss ihrer Promotion im Jahr 2015 arbeitete sie in der Elektronenmikroskopie-Einrichtung von Lucy Collinson am Francis Crick Institute in London an einer Vielzahl von Projekten sowie an der Entwicklung von Methoden und Workflows. Im Januar 2018 wechselte sie zu Leica Microsystems als Produktmanagerin für EM-Probenvorbereitung für Kryo-Workflows.

How to Successfully Perform Live-cell CLEM

The Leica Nano workflow provides a streamlined live-cell CLEM solution for getting insight bout structural changes of cellular components over time. Besides the technical handling described in the…

How to Successfully Implement Coral Life

The live-cell  CLEM workflow allows you to capture dynamic information related to a relevant biological process as it happens and put these observations into their ultrastructural context. The Leica…
HeLa Kyoto cells (HKF1, H2B-mCherry, alpha Tubulin, mEGFP). Left image: Maximum projection of a z-stack prior to ICC and LVCC. Right image: Maximum projection of a mosaic z-stack after ICC and LVCC.

How to Improve Live Cell Imaging with Coral Life

For live-cell CLEM applications, light microscopy imaging is a critical step for identifying the right cell in the right state at the right time. In this article, Leica experts share their insights on…
The EM ICE Nano loading area

How to Keep Your Samples Under Physiological Conditions

The Coral Life workflow combines dynamic data with the best possible sample fixation by high pressure freezing. However, good sample preservation won’t help if your cells are stressed by temperature…

Webinar Coral Life Workflow

With the workflow Coral Life, searching for the needle in the haystack is a thing of the past. Take advantage of correlative light and electron microscopy to identify directly the right cell at the…
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