Tissue and cell imaging in situ: potential for applications in pathology and endoscopy
- Biological uncertainty. Zbilut, Joseph P.; Giuliani, Alessandro // Theory in Biosciences;Aug2008, Vol. 127 Issue 3, p223
Heisenberg's uncertainty relation has inspired speculations in a variety of scientific fields. Most of these speculations have wandered significantly far from the original formulation; yet, they may have been useful for a critical examination of methodological issues. As molecular genetics and...
- Next-generation sequencing: The future of molecular genetics in poultry production and food safety. Diaz-Sanchez, S.; Hanning, I.; Pendleton, Sean; D'Souza, Doris // Poultry Science;Feb2013, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p562
The era of molecular biology and automation of the Sanger chain-terminator sequencing method has led to discovery and advances in diagnostics and biotechnology. The Sanger methodology dominated research for over 2 decades, leading to significant accomplishments and technological improvements in...
- Recent advances in the molecular pathology, cell biology and genetics of ciliopathies. Adams, M.; Smith, U. M.; Logan, C. V.; Johnson, C. A. // Journal of Medical Genetics;May2008, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p257
Primary cilia have a broad tissue distribution and are present on most cell types in the human body. Until recently, they were considered to be redundant organelles, but progress over the past 5 years has led to an understanding of their role in normal mammalian development. The class of...
- Paradigms of pathogenesis: targeting the mobile genetic elements of disease. Keen, Eric C. // Frontiers in Cellular & Infection Microbiology;Dec2012, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p1
The article reports on targeting the mobile genetic elements of disease.
- 706. Withdrawn. // Molecular Therapy;Jun2006, Vol. 13, pS273
Molecular Therapy (2006) 13, S273â€“S273; doi: 10.1016/j.ymthe.2006.08.785
- Towards the synthetic dragonfly. Ball, Philip // Nature;5/11/1995, Vol. 375 Issue 6527, p101
Discusses the principles of molecular recognition and self-assembly through non-covalent interactions. Covalent network; Systems level identity of chemistry; Thin-film technology; Use of cell machinery; Blurring of the line between the living and the artificial.
- Molecular biology in practice: The future is now. Bauman, Norman // Urology Times;July97, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p36
Reports on the possible changes in the field of urology through the clinical practice of molecular biology. Use of molecular engineering to produce therapeutic agents; Use of polymerase chain reaction technology to detect residual disease; Identification and characterization of tumor suppressor...
- Tetracycline Operator/Repressor System to Visualize Fluorescence-Tagged T-DNAs in Interphase Nuclei of Arabidopsis. Matzke, Antonius J. M.; van der Winden, Johannes; Matzke, Marjori // Plant Molecular Biology Reporter;Mar2003, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p9
Presents information on a study that described vectors and conditions for using the tetracycline operator/repressor system and enhanced yellow fluorescent protein to visualize transgene loci in interphase nuclei of living Arabidopsis cells. Materials and methods; Results; Discussion.
- Transient Assay for In Vivo Splicing in Tobacco Leaf Cells by Particle Bombardment. Mitsui, Michiko; Murohashi, Yoshiko; Asano, Yoshito; Masada, Masahiro; Kodama, Hiroaki // Plant Molecular Biology Reporter;Mar2003, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p21
Presents information on a study that provided a method for detecting spliced products from transiently expressed genes using an intron construct containing the target intron and neighboring short exons. Materials and methods; Results; Discussion.