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Beads in cellTRAY Fluidics System

Fluorescent beads in a microfluidics cellTRAY show “pulsed mode” flow patterns in the cellTRAY Fluidics System CT-2000F by Nanopoint, Inc. More at www.nanopointimaging.com Duration : 0:0:30

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Disease Detectors – Partners Video Magazine

Scientists have developed nanoscale biosensors that can help detect diseases on farms and in hospitals. Disease Detectors is a segment from Partners Video Magazine’s latest episode, The Science of Small. To view the entire episode visit: http://www.csrees.usda.gov/newsroom/partners/partners.html Duration : 0:4:5

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Primera Multiplex Quantitative PCR

Animation of data collection and analysis of STAR technology ays. Duration : 0:1:18

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Electroforese

Electrophoresis Duration : 0:0:20

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Gel Electrophoresis Physics II

physics II gel movie electrophoresis Duration : 0:2:38

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Iron Biologist Part 1

A takeoff of the Iron Chef television series in a molecular biology lab. Instead of interesting foods, the contestants use the ingredients and tools of molecular biology to identify genetic diversity in a freshwater snail population. Duration : 0:8:34

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Iron Biologist Part 2

A takeoff of the Iron Chef television series in a molecular biology lab. Instead of interesting foods, the contestants use the ingredients and tools of molecular biology to identify genetic diversity in a freshwater snail population. Duration : 0:3:22

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Fluorescent Capillary Electrophoresis Separation

Microscope movie of fluorescence detection with a capillary electrophoresis separation. For more examples see http://www.micronit.com. Duration : 0:0:16

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SDJA AP Biology DNA Lab

Professor Curt Wittenberg, a molecular geneticist at Scripps Research Institute and an SDJA parent, came in to do a lab with the students. They separated pieces of DNA using gel electrophoresis. The students learned how to calculate the sizes of DNA fragments based on the distances that they travel in the gel. It was a […]

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MFDEP cell loading device proof-of-concept

Proof-of-concept of a MEMS device that I designed for my PhD dissertation, at the University of Maryland. Cells are loaded inside a micro-cell cage using dielectrophoresis. The active cancellation of the parasitic traps is necesary, thus becoming the use of multiple frequencies (MFDEP). This is the first machine of its kind, and it is very […]