Luciferase Deep Inside The Legendary Luciferase covers Deep Inside by Incubus Mimosa elimination roundz,, Walang gadget! partida sa ibang banda!! ~judged by Chinese MAfia
Luciferase Assay Molecular Biology, Center for Cardiovascular Research
Luciferase Certain Shade of Green The Legendary Luciferase covers A Certain Shade of Green by Incubus Mimosa elimination roundz,, Walang gadget! partida sa ibang banda!! ~judged by Chinese MAfia
Walking BLI Tumor
Heart Heart illuminated with Luciferase Phillip T Neff, MD Randall Murphy, PhD Dr. Bruce Bryan
Mesenteric Artiogram Mesenteric artery illuminated with luciferase Phillip T Neff, MD Randall Murphy, PhD Dr. Bruce Bryan
Luciferase Pardon Me The Great Luciferase covers Pardon Me by Incubus From TigTigan Terakan keng Dalan 2005 1st set
Small Bowel Anastomosis small bowel anastomosis (the luminescent material check for leaks, and good flow) Phil Neff, MD Randy Murphy, PhD Bruce Bryan, MD
Luciferase Circles The Great Luciferase covers The Circles by Incubus From TigTigan Terakan keng Dalan 2005 last set
ATIN KU PUNG TWEETY LAKLAK CJ (part2)
TWINTUBE 18th UP Rockstruck -(2nd placer) Francis and Earl - vocals CJ - guitar (best guitarist) Budz - Bass (best bassist) Tim Maitim - Drums This Video is pure trash... and so is the band...
Luc Tumor Cropfast
The Deep Sea Creatures II Deep Ocean Alien Creatures (Part 2) Visual content rights belong to BBC Motion Gallery (MVR) Deep-sea gigantism The term deep-sea gigantism describes an effect that living at such depths has on some creatures' sizes, especially relative to the size of relatives that live in different environments. These creatures are generally many times bigger than their smaller counterparts. The Giant Isopod (related to the common pill bug) exemplifies this. Scientists haven't been able to explain deep-sea gigantism, with the exception of the giant tube worm. Scientists believe these creatures are much larger than shallower-water tube worms because they live on hydrothermal vents that expel huge amounts of resources. They believe that, since the creatures don't have to expend energy regulating body temperature and have a smaller need for activity, they can allocate more resources to bodily processes. There are also cases of deep-sea creatures being abnormally small, such as the lantern shark, which fits in an adult human's palm. Bioluminescence Bioluminescence is the ability for an organism to create light through chemical reactions. Creatures use bioluminescence in many ways: to light their way, attract prey, or seduce a mate. Many underwater animals are bioluminescent—from the Viper fish to the Flashlight fish, which is named for its light. Some creatures, such as the angler fish have a concentration of photophores in a small limb that protrudes from their bodies, which they use as ...
Gallbladder "Lumigram" Gallbladder "Lumigram" - shows the common bile duct(being probed) and the cystic duct (the duct YOU WANT TO CUT) Randy Murphy, PhD Phil Neff, MD Biolume Bruce Bryan, MD Prolume
P. falciparum high-throughput Luciferase assay Malaria 96 well high-throughput Luciferase assay. Author: Flor Caro DeRisi Lab UCSF Malaria parasites transfected with a renilla luciferase reporter construct are released from the red blood cells (RBCs) by saponin lysis. Excess hemoglobin is washed by vacuum filtration on a 96 wel PVDF filter plate while parasites are retained. Parasites are lysed using the renilla luciferase lysis buffer and collected by centrifugation on a white assay plate. RLUs are measured on a luminometer.
Harlem Children Society Workshop & Lecture Series #3 Harlem Children Society Workshop & Lecture Series #3 Tuesday, July 21, 2009 presents Alberto Del Rosario HCS students of 2004. Alberto presents his project, "Cloning of recombinant Expression Vectors that encode Interleukin-15 (IL-15), Interleukin-21 (IL-21), and Luciferase for tumor immunology studies"
Bioluminescence Bioluminescence, the emission of light from a living organism, is demonstrated by the comb jellyfish shown here. This emission also occurs in bacteria, dinoflagellates, fungi, and in many kinds of animals including insects, and fish. Specialized structures called photophores are found on the surface of a bioluminescent organism. The photophores contain the molecule luciferin and the enzyme luciferase, which act together in a cycle to emit flashes of light. Bioluminescence serves a variety of functions. It can be used to attract prey, disguise an organism from a predator, signal a mating partner, or act as a flashlight in the murky depths of the ocean. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2007. © 1993-2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Glow in the dark squirt gun Plastic squirt gun shoots glow in the dark liquid made from the protein of bioluminescent sea creatures. Non-toxic, non-staining totally safe and fun! Just add warm water, push in cartridge, and shoot in a dark place. Get yours for Halloween today!
Luciferase Antigravity The Legendary Luciferase covers Antigravity by Incubus Mimosa elimination roundz,, Walang gadget! partida sa ibang banda!! ~judged by Chinese MAfia
I Leave a Little Light On I wrote this song to compliment a blog post I wrote on firefly light production costs and evolution. For lyrics and info go to other95
(1/2) The Next Industrial Revolution Modern developments in biotechnology have created a plethora of practical applications for micro-organisms in scientific and industrial fields. This two part video illustrates some of the ways they are currently employed or will be employed soon. I've included some references/sources/interesting stuff below. The following list is pretty ad hoc as it was made several days after the video was put together, so if something is missing please let me know. Wikipedia articles may also be accessed for certain topics where-ever not already explicitly mentioned. Music: Adiemus - adiemus Injection - Hans Zimmer Caribbean Blue - Enya Jigsaw falling into place - Radiohead Reckoner - Radiohead Introduction/General Information (Johnson M, Lucey J (2006). "Major technological advances and trends in cheese". J Dairy Sci 89 (4): 1174--8. PMID 16537950. Hagedorn S, Kaphammer B (1994). "Microbial biocatalysis in the generation of flavor and fragrance chemicals". Annu. Rev. Microbiol. 48: 773--800. doi:10.1146/annurev.mi.48.100194.004013. PMID 7826026. Biofuel Eviana Hartman (2008-01-06). ""A Promising Oil Alternative: Algae Energy"". Washington Post. Retrieved 2008-01-15. Bioremediation science.nasa.gov (Brim H, McFarlan SC ...
flashing deepsea animals deep sea animals which are equipped with luminophores, an old film which was shot from a bathyscap. The luminiscent deep-sea animals are 1st: can't be identified (probably a flashing yellowfish), 2nd: eryenna species (a syphonophore), 3rd: lumen squid, 4th: flashlight fish. deep sea luminiscense is in most cases performed by symbiotic encapsulated microorganisms which have an enzyme called luciferase. This enzyme catalyzes the oxidation of an aromatic tricyclic molecule, luciferin to oxyluciferin. This reaction releases energy in form of fluorescing green-blue light .
IC Injection of P3CM-Luc
Luciferase Hilikus The Legendary Luciferase covers Hilikus by Incubus End of Mimosa elimination roundz,, Walang gadget! partida sa ibang banda!! ~judged by Chinese MAfia
BME synthetic bacteria Proteorhodopsin and Luciferase
Luciferase The Warmth The Great Luciferase covers The Warmth by Incubus From TigTigan Terakan keng Dalan 2005
Firefly: before the fire - CTnaturalist Online.f4v No Connecticut summer would be complete without the glow of fireflies illuminating the hot humid nights. However, other than noticing their fluorescent green glow, most people never see a fireflys true appearance. During late winter and early spring, fireflies emerge from dormancy. They spend the heart of winter in crevices underneath tree bark. In Connecticut they usually emerge in late February allowing the spectator to get an up-close view at the true identity of this insect. When on a hike, simply look on the bark of oak, maple, and other trees with visible fissures in the bark and you may discover a newly awakened firefly. This unassuming insect by day, lights up the nocturnal air in a display of magnificent bioluminescence. Light emitting organs producing enzymes called luciferase in the insects lower abdomen. The enzymes react with magnesium ions and oxygen to produce cold light a marvelous chemical reaction occurring inside the body of a tiny insect. The video below this article will help you identify Connecticut fireflies.
Glowing Trilobite Beetle of Thailand Lampyrid beetle larva glowing at night in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand. Note the brushes on the prolegs. This is the juvenile form of a firefly. Update Oct 31 2009.
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Newly Identified Cells Make Fat Courtesy of Newswise SciNews. The discovery of an important fat precursor cell may explain how changes in the numbers of fat cells might increase and lead to obesity. Matt Rodeheffer, Postdoctoral Associate, Laboratory of Molecular Genetics at Rockefeller University explains.
Biology & Science Questions : How Does a Firefly Produce Light? A firefly produces light by taking advantage of a chemical reaction in which luciferin combines with oxygen in the presence of luciferase to produce oxyluciferin, energy and light. Discover how uric acid in a firefly's abdomen allow it to reflect light outwardly withhelp from a science teacher and field biologist in this free video on science questions. Expert: Brian Erickson Contact: Bio: Brian Erickson is a tutor in math and science, as well as a field biologist. Filmmaker: Todd Green