Three-dimensional reconstruction of the human central sulcus reveals a morphological correlate of the hand area
- Cell of the month: Actin stress fibres in MDCK cyst grown in collagen gel. Yu, Wei // Nature Cell Biology;May2003, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p394
Presents a three-dimensional photograph of canine kidney cells cultured in a collagen gel for seven to ten days.
- PerkinElmer Launches Volocity 6.0 High Performance 3D Cellular Imaging Software Suite. // Biomedical Market Newsletter;9/30/2011, Vol. 21, p244
The article discusses the release of Volocity 6.0 three-dimension (3D) cellular imaging software PerkinElmer Inc. and outlines the features of the software.
- DNA microarray inspection by interference microscopy. Vabre, L.; Dubois, A.; Potier, M. C.; Stehl�, J. L.; Boccara, A. C. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun2001, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p2834
DNA microarrays are important new objects for biologists, offering new methods for high speed genetic studies. Many of them are manufactured by depositing small spots, containing DNA molecules, on a coated glass slide. The quality of the spots (homogeneity, shape) is an important factor in the...
- Lasers look through milk. Noaker, Paula M. // Laser Focus World;Sep99, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p36
Describes a method for three-dimensional imaging in turbid media. Technology used for imaging; Image production features; Research financiers.
- Electron Tomography Reveals 3-D Structure. Perkins, Guy; Young, Stephen // R&D Magazine;Feb99, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p61
No abstract available.
- `X-ray vision' aids medical diagnoses. // USA Today Magazine;Jun97, Vol. 125 Issue 2625, p1
Informs about scientific work in marrying ultrasound and virtual reality technologies to create three-dimensional images of the insides of a person's body. Possible therapeutic uses of the technology; Work being conducted at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
- Giant sperm at least 100 million years old. // New Scientist;6/27/2009, Vol. 202 Issue 2714, p16
The article discusses research being done on the 100-million-year-old fossil ostracods. It references a study by Renate Matzke-Karasz and colleagues, published in "Science." Study authors created three-dimensional (3D) images of the fossil by firing X-rays through them. The images showed two...
- IN BRIEF. // New Scientist;6/8/2002, Vol. 174 Issue 2346, p23
Reports development related to science and civilization in June 2002. Creation of an accurate three dimensional temperature map around the Kerguelen Islands; Analysis on the mystery of Prometheus and Pandora; Similarities between the genome of humans and mice.
- Preface. Guccione, S. // Current Pharmaceutical Design;May2001, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p1l
Comments that the basic tenet of biological activity in medicinal chemistry is dependent on a three-dimensional fingerprint of ligands which bind to a receptor. Role of pharmacophoric features for specificity of binding; Provision of starting point for direct modeling activities; Understanding...