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Reconstruction Information
Microscopy product ID: 3684
Image basename: HPFcere2

Reconstruction description
Reconstruction description
Full-resolution reconstruction file Tar archive file containing TxBR combined (double tilt) tomographic volume of high pressure frozen cerebellar tissue in IMOD format. Two versions of the volume are included: the full resolution version HPFcere2_full.rec; a trimmed version HPFcere2_proj_trim.rec and a trimmed downsampled version HPFcere2_proj_trim_rot_trim_bin2.rec. Volume dimensions and scales given in CCDB are for the full resolution version. Also included are various animation files that show different types of projections through the volume. Total size of sitx file ~6 Gb.
Down-sampled version of the reconstruction file
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Reconstruction file format
Volume dimension (1839.0, 1740.0, 591.0) pixels
Voxel scale (5.0E-4, 5.0E-4, 5.0E-4) µm
Reconstruction type double tilt electron tomography
Reconstruction Program IMOD
Reconstruction algorithm R-weighted back projection
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Missing angles
Alignment method Imod
Alignment program IMOD
Fiducial mark file
Cropping coordinates 1
Cropping coordinates 2
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Animation
Animation of a tomographic reconstruction of a spine synapse from the molecular layer of the cerebellar cortex from tissue that was prepared from a combination of chemical fixation and high pressure freezing.
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Download 512x512 image Unknown Single computed slice through a tomographic reconstruction of a spine synapse from the molecular layer of the cerebellar cortex from tissue that was prepared from a combination of chemical fixation and high pressure freezing. The contrast was adjusted and the image downsampled to 8 bits from the submitted data for display purposes.
Download Reconstruction data file 7.54GB Tar archive file containing TxBR combined (double tilt) tomographic volume of high pressure frozen cerebellar tissue in IMOD format. Two versions of the volume are included: the full resolution version HPFcere2_full.rec; a trimmed version HPFcere2_proj_trim.rec and a trimmed downsampled version HPFcere2_proj_trim_rot_trim_bin2.rec. Volume dimensions and scales given in CCDB are for the full resolution version. Also included are various animation files that show different types of projections through the volume. Total size of sitx file ~6 Gb.
Download Animation video 49.55MB Animation of a tomographic reconstruction of a spine synapse from the molecular layer of the cerebellar cortex from tissue that was prepared from a combination of chemical fixation and high pressure freezing.

Description: Single computed slice through a tomographic reconstruction of a spine synapse from the molecular layer of the cerebellar cortex from tissue that was prepared from a combination of chemical fixation and high pressure freezing. The contrast was adjusted and the image downsampled to 8 bits from the submitted data for display purposes.

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Description: Single computed slice through a tomographic reconstruction of a spine synapse from the molecular layer of the cerebellar cortex from tissue that was prepared from a combination of chemical fixation and high pressure freezing. The contrast was adjusted and the image downsampled to 8 bits from the submitted data for display purposes.

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