Cryo-electron microscopy analysis software tools | Bioimaging
Cryogenic electron microscopy (CryoEM) is a technique where the sample (usually a protein solution) is cooled to cryogenic temperatures (-180°C), enabling vitrification. CryoEM is particularly used in structural biology for its ability to analyze large, complex and flexible structures. CryoEM yields detailed 3D models of intricate biological structures at sub-cellular and molecular levels. CryoEM software tools are used for image pre-processing and processing and structural analysis.