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Membrane Deformations Induced by Tweezer-manipulation

Membrane Deformations Induced by Tweezer-manipulation
This video shows local erythrocyte membrane deformations induced by tweezer-manipulation of post-viable merozoite contact area.

Contact: Mary Beth O'Leary
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Cell Press

Forcible Detachment via Optical Tweezers

Forcible Detachment via Optical Tweezers
This video shows the forcible detachment of an adherent merozoite from the erythrocyte surface via optical tweezers.

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Cell Press

Delivery of a viable merozoite via optical tweezers

Delivery of a viable merozoite via optical tweezers
This video shows the delivery of a viable merozoite via optical tweezers to a healthy erythrocyte and subsequent invasion.

Contact: Mary Beth O'Leary
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Cell Press

Early Antibiotic Exposure Leads to Lifelong Metabolic Disturbances in Mice

Early Antibiotic Exposure Leads to Lifelong Metabolic Disturbances in Mice
Martin Blaser, M.D., and Laura Cox, Ph.D., discuss their work on early antibiotic exposure in mice.

Contact: Lorinda Klein
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NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine

Locomotion

Locomotion
The right arm muscles and the locomotion center of the man are artificially connected through a computer. His legs are in a relaxed state. When he moves his right hand, the computer catches the signal...

Contact: Yukio Nishimura
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National Institutes of Natural Sciences

Common Bacteria Shrink Solid Tumors

Common Bacteria Shrink Solid Tumors
Injections of a genetically modified strain of the bacteria Clostridium novyi can shrink solid tumors. This video relates to a paper that appeared in the Aug. 13, 2014, issue of Science ...

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Researchers Identify a Brain 'Switchboard' Important in Attention and Sleep

Researchers Identify a Brain 'Switchboard' Important in Attention and Sleep
Michael Halassa, M.D., Ph.D. discusses his work with the thalamic reticular nucleus (TRN) and it's importance in identifying new targets for treating various psychiatric disorders like schizophrenia, ...

Contact: Lorinda Klein
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NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine

Henry Ford Hospital Replaces Heart Valve Outside the Heart (2 of 3)

Henry Ford Hospital Replaces Heart Valve Outside the Heart (2 of 3)
Henry Ford Hospital cardiologist William O'Neill, M.D. is the first in the United States to insert a valve inside a stent at the junction of the right atrium and inferior vena cava, just outside the ...

Contact: Tammy Battaglia
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Henry Ford Health System

Henry Ford Hospital Replaces Heart Valve Outside the Heart (3 of 3)

Henry Ford Hospital Replaces Heart Valve Outside the Heart (3 of 3)
Henry Ford Hospital cardiologist William O'Neill, M.D., Medical Director for the Henry Ford Center for Structural Heart Disease discusses the non-surgical procedure -- the first in the United States...

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Henry Ford Health System

A Real-Life, Origami-Inspired Transformer (6 of 12)

A Real-Life, Origami-Inspired Transformer (6 of 12)
This is a video of the robot folding, narrated by Natasha Pinol. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the 8 August, 2014, issue of Science, published by AAAS. The paper, by Samuel ...

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American Association for the Advancement of Science

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