High-end 300kV cryo-electron microscope
Central NMR Complex, Yokohama Campus
Using 300,000 volts to observe proteins
（▲Top image）The three cryo-electron microscopes (cryo-EMs) housed in the Central NMR Complex, aligned in a row. On the far right with its enclosure doors open is the latest, state-of-the-art cryo-EM that is equipped with an electron emission gun with an acceleration voltage of up to 300kV. To its left is the sample preparation area and computers for analyzing the data. The two boxed areas on the far left each houses a 200kV cryo-EM.