Synaptic Vesicle Fusion in Nerve Cells Randy Schekman explains how vesicles carrying neurotransmitters dock and fuse with the nerve cell plasma membrane releasing their contents into the synapse. See the whole seminar at
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Vesicle - Smudgy Left [PLLP01] - CLIP First digital compilation on Paradise Lost Recordings - PLLP01 - Deep Rooted. Including fresh tracks by Vesicle, Dubtek, TKR, RRKK, Twisted, Teeth, Ike Release, Simonoff, Droid Sector and Kaskaad.
Saylor BIO301: Membrane Vesicular Transport The above video is reposted from the University of California -- Berkeley's Webcast.Berkeley. This video is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.
Vesicular Basalt - Live in Chilton The awesome Vesicular Basalt live from Chilton Wisconsin.
Portabella: A New Player in Neurotransmission David Krantz and colleagues report the discovery of portabella, a Drosophila gene that is structurally similar to known vesicular transporters and is expressed in mushroom body neurons that lack other known vesicular transporters. The deficits seen in Portabella mutants suggest that portabella may define a new neurotransmitter system critical for olfactory learning and male ***ual behavior in Drosophila. Read more in Brooks et al., Neuron 72(2).
Vesicular Basalt - Live from the Orpheum Vesicular Basalt. Live from the Orpheum Theatre in Green Bay, WI. Opening for the Muffs & the Didjits.
Vesicular Transport The five forms
Cry Cry Cry (Bio Makes Me Cry) - N'Zymes This was an extra credit project we did for cell biology (BSCI330) at the University of Maryland, College Park. Hope you like it! Sam Nath - Frat Bro Seth Myers - T-Pain Jonathan Bui - Asian Pop Star Jon Acra - The PROfessor
exocytosis: vesicular transport eukaryotic cells secrete molecules to the outside of the cell as well as incorporate proteins into their plasma membrane by a process called exocytosis. Made by Robert Trager This video answers the questions: How do these molecules get to the outside of the cell? and What orientation do trans-membrane proteins have after exocytosis?
Femtosecond lasers for synaptic transmission research Del Mar Photonics' field engineer installs Trestles Finesse femtosecond laser at the Department of Anesthesia, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Assistant Professor David Richards briefly describes his research on synaptic transmission. Vesicular release mode shapes the postsynaptic response at hippocampal synapses 1. David A. Richards1 + Author Affiliations 1. 1Department of Neurology, University of Cincinnati, Vontz Center for Molecular Studies, 3125 Eden Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45267, USA 1. Corresponding author DA Richards: Department of Neurology, University of Cincinnati, Vontz Center for Molecular Studies, 3125 Eden Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45267, USA. Abstract Release of neurotransmitters from synaptic vesicles is a central event in synaptic transmission. Recent evidence suggests that synaptic vesicles fuse with the plasma membrane by multiple routes during exocytosis, but the regulation and physiological implications of this choice are unclear. At hippocampal synapses, two modes of synaptic vesicle exocytosis can be distinguished by virtue of the rate and extent of loss of a fluorescent lipid marker (FM1-43). Here these two modes of exocytosis were investigated with a combination of electrophysiological recording and fluorescence imaging. It is shown that these exocytic modes result in distinct postsynaptic consequences, such that so-called kiss-and-run' exocytosis results in negligible activation of AMPA receptors, compared to the robust postsynaptic ...
vesicular texture Scoria is the vesicular ejecta of mafic to intermediate magmas such as basalt and andesite. Scoria is generally a dark brownish black or red. Its specific gravity ranges from 0.8 to 2.1. Scoria is generally thought of as the mafic version of pumice. It forms when magma rich in dissolved gases is vented. As the magma encounters lower pressures, the gases are able to escape and form vessicles. These vessicles are trapped when the magma cools and solidifies. Vessicles are usually small, spheroidal and do not impinge upon one another, instead they open into one another with little distortion. Volcanic cones of scoria can be left behind after eruptions, usually forming mountains with a crater at the summit. An example is Mount Wellington, Auckland in New Zealand. Another material can be formed during burning eruption of a mud volcano, when heated mud forms scoria cones. Natural coal fires have also created large deposits of material which have erroneously been called scoria. Scoria contains large amounts of iron and magneseium, contributing to its dark colour.
Breath Sound - Bronchial vs Vesicular Kept alternating bronchial and vesicular breath sounds for comparision. While listening keep in mind that how they are produced...
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A myosin engineered to walk on microtubules shapes fission yeast cells Fission yeast polarizes growth to cell poles through vesicular transport along the actin cytoskeleton. Engineering cells with a chimeric kinesin-myosin motor protein shows that the mode of transport can be switched from the actin to the microtubule cytoskeleton.
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Rockin' you wit vesicular transport A video made for a grade in our molecular cell biology class...we got a perfect score : )
Research targets brain region affected in Parkinson's University of Western Ontario researcher, Marco Prado, discusses new research on neurotransmitters in the striatum, the brain region affected in Parkinson's, Huntington's and other motor diseases.
Vesicular Pathway Golgi Vesicular Pathway
Genitals: Vesicular eruptions on Penis. © Pankaj Oudhia Thisfilm is a part of report titled "Pankaj Oudhia's Healing Herbs for Unique Symptoms." by Pankaj Oudhia. For details please visit This Film is a part of plus 7000 parts series. It is better to watch this film after reading the research documents in order to understand it in real sense. Related Topics in Kyllinga nemoralis in Pankaj Oudhia's Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations-Vertigo with colic (Healing through Desi Jadi-buti), Kyllinga squamulata in Pankaj Oudhia's Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations-Pain in kidney with vertigo (Healing through Desi Jadi-buti), Kyllinga triceps in Pankaj Oudhia's Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations-Palpitation with pain in lower extremities (Healing through Desi Jadi-buti), Lablab purpureus in Pankaj Oudhia's Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations-Religious affections with ***ula excitement (Healing through Desi Jadi-buti), Lactuca dissecta in Pankaj Oudhia's Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations-Mental with physical symptoms (Healing through Desi Jadi-buti), Lactuca gracilis in Pankaj Oudhia's Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations-Pain in back with hemorrhoids(Healing through Desi Jadi-buti), Lactuca heyneana in Pankaj Oudhia's Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations-Sore throat with sore eyes (Healing through Desi Jadi-buti), Lactuca indica in Pankaj Oudhia's Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations-Religious affections with ***ula ...
Best Athletes Foot Treatment & Nail Fungus Remedy DISGUSTING!! CURE THIS DISEASE NOW Nail fungus and athlete's foot is a really popular skin infection of the foot caused by fungus. The fungus that made this infection is known as Trichophyton. There were many remedy created for this problems. This infection occur when the feet or other areas of the body in moist, warm, and irritated conditions, and when this is happen, the fungus infect the upper layer on the skin. Athlete's foot is caused by the ringworm fungus that is called as tinea . Athlete's vesicular foot is also known as tinea pedis. The fungus that causes athlete's foot can be found on several locations, such as on wet floors inside a shower rooms, gyms, locker rooms, swimming pools and commonly in socks and your clothing. The fungus can also be infected to you by spreading directly to you from your friends or anybody when they make a body contact with you.
I'm going going back back to plasma membrane Vesicular Transport is Notorious. Thanks to Jake Wachtel for Directing/Editing, and to Helen Snodgrass, Johnny Dorsey, and Bob Siegel.
Vesicular Basalt .wmv Vesicular Basalt from southern Idaho. Commentary coming soon... as soon as I figure out what to say.
POLIPO VESICULAR - CEUS-ID POLIPO VESICULAR CEUS-ID IMAGENOLOGIA DIAGNOSTICA
Randy Schekman (Univ Calif Berkeley) Part 2: Biochemical Reconstitution of Transport Vesicle Budding Secretion mutants that block protein exit from the endoplasmic reticulum define genes involved in the formation, targeting and fusion of a small vesicle intermediate. SEC genes corresponding to the mutants defective in vesicle budding define the cytoplasmic machinery responsible for transport vesicle morphogenesis. A biochemical reaction that reproduces ER vesicle budding was reconstituted with gently-broken yeast cells and pure recombinant Sec proteins required in vivo for this budding event. The Sec proteins assemble on the ER membrane in the presence of GTP which activates a small GTPase, Sar1, initiating the formation of a coat protein complex called COPII. See more at
Synaptic Vesicle This synaptic vesicle test is whack. wtf?
Vesicle transport in DRG cell 25fps Many more amazing images, search "rtmmicroscope" Captured at 25fps with no stain, Phase or DIC JUST plain 12V 20W halogen light white light Smallest objects approx 70 to 100nm may be less Note images show Lipid boundaries of the objects and each lipid layer is 15nm thickness The RTM viualises refactive index differences this is what you are seeing
Herpes Gestationis Dr. Wendy Levinbook, MD discusses Herpes Gestationis. See more at PLEASE RATE AND COMMENT!!! Herpes gestationis (HG) is a rare bullous dermatosis of pregnancy and the postpartum period. Disease onset is typically during the 4th to 7th months of pregnancy. However, it may occur during the 1st trimester or in the postpartum period. HG may or may not recur with subsequent pregnancies, but if it does, it typically begins earlier on in the pregnancy. Patients may also experience flares with the first few postpartum menses, with oral contraceptives, or with hormone-producing tumors. Clinically, lesions may present as red edematous papules, urticarial plaques, vesicles, large tense bullae, erosions, or crusts. Milder cases may present with only a few red papules or with isolated urticarial plaques. Lesions are typically located on the abdomen but they may spread to other areas. This condition is usually extremely pruritic. Mucosal surfaces tend to be spared. HG is an acquired autoimmune disorder that occurs secondary to the formation of IgG antibodies that interact with bullous pemphigoid antigen 2 (180 kDa hemidesmosomal transmembrane antigen, also known as type XVII collagen). Once deposited, these antibodies activate the complement cascade which in turn generates an inflammatory response and the cutaneous features of inflammation. Blister formation is in the lamina lucida on electron microscopic exam. Histopathologic evaluation reveals liquefaction ...
HistoPathology "Vesicular Mole" ----Dr.Abdelrahman Khalifa.wmv HistoPathology Dr.Abdelrahman Khalifa 2008 تمــ الرفع بواسطة فريق عمل كل الطب لا تنسونا من صالح دعائكم
Vesicle Transport: V-SNARE's & T-SNARE's.... A Match Made by Rab Cell Slam Project for Advanced Cell Biology - Colgate University - Fall 2010
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Fibroblast showing Mitochondria and Vesicle trafficking See Both walls of a Mitochondria some worm like others like a tennis racket changing to a donut also vesicle trafficking. Many more amazing images, search "rtmmicroscope" Captured at 25fps with no stain, Phase or DIC JUST plain 12V 20W halogen light white light Smallest objects approx 70 to 100nm may be less Note images show Lipid boundaries of the objects and each lipid layer is 15nm thickness The RTM viualises refactive index differences this is what you are seeing
Vesicle tracking along the tubulin network in a living cell. Short video of endosomes labeled with a water soluble squaraine rotaxane dye tracking along the tubulin network of a living eukaryotic cell. The tubulin network is labeled via expression of GFP alpha tubulin. The nucleus of the cell is labeled with H33342. This video was made on a Nikon TE-2000U epifluorescence microscope. The acquired video was then processed and prepared using ImageJ. This video is in real time.
HYDROPNEUMOTHORAX - Disseminated vesicular-pustular eruption my goregrind project "Hydropneumothorax" a new track off an upcomming split...
In vitro vesicle movement along microtubules One vesicle while moving along microtubules during in vitro motility assays
Organelle Movement on Microtubules This video deomonsrates the movement of organlles on microtubules. This video is from: Essential Cell Biology, 3rd Edition Alberts, Bray, Hopkin, Johnson, Lewis, Raff, Roberts, & Walter ISBN: 978-0-8153-4129-1
Clathrin.m4v Vesicle Formation from ER to Golgi, Clathrin coated pits
Events leading up to a release of neurotransmitter filled vesicle in a reconstructed CA3-CA1 synapse Scientific team: Suhita Nadkarni, Thomas Bartol, Charles Stevens, Herbert Levine and Terrence Sejnowski. The movie shows computational simulations (t=0) of chronology of events that lead up to a vesicle release in a real reconstructed 180 cubic microns of CA1 stratum radiatum (CA3-CA1 synapses). Yellow - dendrite, red postsynaptic density, transparent blue - astrocytes. The movie zooms in on the axon of interest (green) shown making a synaptic contact. This axon has ER, an active zone with 7 docked vesicles (typical of this synapse) with calcium sensor on each of of the docked vesicles (Syt1), some of the other vesicles not part of the active zone have also been visualized. It has a cluster of 70 Voltage Dependent Calcium Channels (VDCCs)(grey glyphs) placed at 300 nm from the active zone, IP3 Receptor cluster (20 receptors), SERCA pumps (the rest mGluR pathway that leads to production of IP3 is not visualized, but is simulated) PMCA pumps, mobile calcium buffer calbindin. The fast activity of yellow glyphs in the cytosol is 100 nm calcium(base level calcium concentration), the moving black particles in the cytosol are the calbindin molecules. Just past t=2 ms, at the peak of the incoming action potential, the VDCCs open leading to a large flux of extracellular calcium ions. After t= 3 ms, enough calcium binds to calcium sensor proteins holding one of the docked vesicle and a fusion event takes place leading to a release of neurotransmitter glutamate into the synaptic ...
Clathrin mediated endocytosis - cell proccess.flv Clathrin-mediated endocytosis This animation shows the process of clathrin-mediated endocytosis of transferrin receptors, focusing on the assembly and disassembly of the clathrin cage. A single triskelion, which is approximately 100nm across at its widest point. Iron-bound transferrin is bound to its receptor on the exterior cell membrane. The transferrin receptor in turn binds to adaptor proteins in the interior of the cell, triggering the formation of a clathrin cage around the bound transferrin receptors. Soon after the vesicle has budded off the membrane, clathrin cage disassembly begins. Disassembly is mediated by HSC70, and its cofactor auxilin. The animation takes place in "real time," as clathrin cages have been observed to assemble in ~ 1 minute and disassemble in a few seconds after budding from the membrane. Endocytosis is the process by which cells are able to internalize membrane and extracellular materials through the formation of a vesicle. The process of membrane budding to form a vesicle is generally mediated by a protein coat, which acts both as a means to deform the membrane and to concentrate specific types of proteins inside the nascent vesicle. Clathrin is a coat protein that has been shown to function in receptor-mediated endocytosis events at the plasma membrane. Celldance 2008, 1st Place Video. Image contributed by Janet Iwasa (Harvard Medical School); Tomas Kirchhausen (Harvard Medical School)
fantastic vesicle traffic The miracle of life relies in its cells. The root hair is one of the fastest growing cells in the plant. To allow this rapid growth, continuous delivery of membrane and cell wall material to the growing tip of the hair cell is required. A component part of this material is protein, which is synthesized by ribosomes along the Endoplasmic Reticulum, modified in the Golgi apparatus and packaged into vesicles. The vesicles are finally delivered to the plasma membrane by motor proteins along the cytoskeleton. How do vesicles find their target membranes? The specificity of target recognition is mediated by the interaction of v-SNARE proteins on the vesicle surface with t-SNARE proteins on the target membrane. Among others, small G-proteins regulate this process. One group of small G-proteins is the so-called RabGTPases. To visualize the distribution of such RabGTPase proteins within the cell, they are tagged with the Green Fluorescent Protein. The video shows the germination of Arabidopsis thaliana seeds, zooming in on the root hairs, which display movement of fluorescent vesicles through the cytoplasm, and finally one can see an animation of myosin VI motor proteins dragging the fluorescently marked vesicles along actin filaments. This video is part of the videocontest at