Developing a diagnostic
method for difficult to detect
intracellular electrolyte deficiencies in clinical practice
became a necessity and a priority.
was an excellent means of looking directly inside
of cells, analyzing the contents easily, non-destructively
and for diagnostic purposes.
It was this kind of
instrument that gave us the first
identification of calcium
formation in damaged
mitochondria. And this system
complicated wet chemical analysis.
A state of the art
analytical scanning electron
(ASEM) was developed specifically for the
non-destructive x-ray analysis
was fitted with additional proprietary devices and
for clinical intracellular analysis.
But, which cells were best for this type of analysis ?
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