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Nano-fEM: Protein Localization Using Photo-activated Localization Microscopy and Electron Microscopy

1Department of Biology, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of Utah


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We describe a method to localize fluorescently tagged proteins in electron micrographs. Fluorescence is first localized using photo-activated localization microscopy on ultrathin sections. These images are then aligned to electron micrographs of the same section.

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Acrodermatitis Paraneoplastica Responding to Topical PUVA Treatment

Acrodermatitis paraneoplastica is a rare paraneoplastic entity that has been associated with multiple neoplasms, most commonly squamous cell carcinoma of the aerodigestive tract. Therapies have focused on treatment of the underlying carcinoma. We report a case of acrodermatitis paraneoplastica successfully treated with PUVA therapy.

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