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Biotechnology applications of microinjection, microscopic imaging, and fluorescence
|Statement||edited by Peter H. Bach ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Bach, P. H., European Workshop on Microscopic Imaging, Fluorescence, and Microinjection in Biotechnology (1st : 1992 : London, England)|
|LC Classifications||TP248.24 .B563 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 255 p. :|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||93010726|
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The First European Workshop on Biotechnology Applications of Microinjection, Microscopic Imaging and Fluorescence was run at the University of East London, U.K, 21stth April, with the objective of bringing together a diverse group of individuals who were using these state-of-the-art applications for biotechnological : Paperback.
Biotechnology Applications of Microinjection, Microscopic Imaging, and Fluorescence [Paperback] (Author) Peter H. Bach, C.H. Reynolds, J.M. Clark, J. Mottley, P.L. Poole Paperback – January 1, See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsManufacturer: Microscopic imaging.
The First European Workshop on Biotechnology Applications of Microinjection, Microscopic Imaging and Fluorescence was run at the University of East London, U.K, 21stth April, with the objective of bringing together a diverse group of individuals who were using these state-of-the-art applications for biotechnological exploration.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the First European Workshop on Microscopic Imaging, Fluorescence, and Microinjection in Biotechnology, held April, in London, United Kingdom"--Title page verso.
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11 - Department(s) Laboratory of Plant Cell Biology: Publication type: Chapter in scientific book: Publication year: Comments. Microinjection Microinjection is a technique of delivering foreign DNA into a living cell (a cell, egg, oocyte, embryos of animals) through a glass micropipette.
One end of a glass micropipette is heated until the glass becomes somewhat liquified. It is quickly stretched which forms a very fine tip at the heated end.
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Bacskai. Fluorescence imaging of nucleic acids is a very important technique necessary to understand gene expression and the resulting changes in cell function. This mini-review focuses on sequence-specific fluorescence imaging of intracellular RNA and methylated DNA using fluorescent nucleic acid probes.
A couple of functional fluorescent nucleic acid probes developed by our Author: Akimitsu Okamoto. Microscopic imaging techniques mainly include fluorescence in situ hybridization  and ChromEMT tomography by scanning electron microscopy .
The former can show the specific area of chromatin. Author(s): Bach,P H(Peter H.); European Workshop on Microscopic Imaging, Fluorescence, and Microinjection in Biotechnology,(1st: London, England) Title(s): Biotechnology applications of microinjection, microscopic imaging, and fluorescence/ edited by Peter H.
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It is a simple mechanical process in which a needle roughly to 5 micrometers in diameter penetrates the cell membrane and/or the nuclear envelope or.
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See the seller’s listing for full Rating: % positive. The injected cells, for example, primary human neurons, are identified under fluorescence microscope after fixation at excitation nm and emission nm.
The nuclei can be stained by Hoechst (, Sigma) to recognized whole population of cells. An inverted microscope (one whose objective lens turret is located below a fixed stage, with the transmitted light source located above) is typically used for microinjection applications.
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