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J Microsc. 1986 Oct;144(Pt 1):1-14.

Reconstitution of molecule images analysed by correspondence analysis: a tool for structural interpretation.

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  • J Microsc 1987 May;146(Pt 2):222.


Correspondence analysis is gaining increasing importance in the analysis of electron micrographs of macromolecules. Partial or complete reconstitution of images from their factorial representations is introduced as a useful tool in interpreting variational patterns and tracing their physical origin. The value of image reconstitution is demonstrated with two examples, one using a set of model images and the other a set of images of a haemocyanin molecule assembly product.

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