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New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (5 of 7)

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (5 of 7)
This video shows a two-color volume rendering of a neutrophilic HL-60 cell expressing mCherry-utrophin migrating through a 3-D collagen matrix labeled with FITC over 250 time points at 1.3 sec ...

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New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (4 of 7)

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (4 of 7)
This video shows rapid muscle contractions in a C. elegans embryo in the three-fold stage, with labeled GFP-PH domains (green) and mCherry-histones (magenta), as recorded in a single 2-D ...

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New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (3 of 7)

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (3 of 7)
This image shows the volume renderings at eight consecutive time points of a single specimen of the protozoan T. thermophila taken from a 4-D data set spanning 1250 time points. This material ...

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New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (2 of 7)

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (2 of 7)
Cells in prophase (left) and anaphase (right) are showing histones and 3-D tracks of growing microtubule ends, color coded by velocity. Color coding of each track by height or growth phase lifetime is...

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New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (1 of 7)

New Microscope Peers at Subcellular Gears in Action (1 of 7)
T cell is expressing mEmerald-Lifeact (orange) approaching a target cell expressing a plasma membrane marker fused to tagRFP (blue), as seen from the side (top) and from the viewpoint of the APC (...

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Dryland Channel

Dryland Channel
Dryland channels exhibit very simple topography despite being shaped by volatile rainstorms.

Contact: Julie Cohen
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805-893-7220
University of California - Santa Barbara

Humid Channel

Humid Channel
Humid channels feature complex topography with river bars, pools or riffles.

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805-893-7220
University of California - Santa Barbara

The Passage of An Ultrashort Laser Pulse in the Air

The Passage of An Ultrashort Laser Pulse in the Air
In the middle of the corridor the pulse passes through a cloud of condensed water vapor.

Contact: Dr. Yuriy Stepanenko
stepanenko@ichf.edu.pl
Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Rates of Type 1 Diabetes

Rates of Type 1 Diabetes
Researchers found that from 2002 to 2009, the rate of type 1 diabetes rose from 24.4 per 100,000 youth in the first year of the study to 27.4 per 100,000 youth in the last year of the study.

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Kaiser Permanente

Terra Image of Ana

Terra Image of Ana
NASA's Terra satellite passed over Tropical Storm Ana on Oct. 22 at 22:10 UTC (6:10 p.m. EDT) and saw that wind shear had relaxed.

Contact: Rob Gutro
robert.j.gutro@nasa.gov
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

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