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Proteins at Work – The Fascinating World of Proteomics
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This video provides a glimpse at the fascinating world of proteomics research, the study of all proteins that form the basis for life. The video was produced for the lab of Professor Albert Heck at Utrecht University and the Netherlands Proteomics Centre.

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Genetics and Mendelian Experiments – Monohybrid and Dihybrid Crosses
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Crosses in genetics can be presented theoretically in more than one ways. One of the most simple methods of presenting a Cross is using the Punnett Square method. The technique has several advantages, especially when it comes to complex calculations of Dihybrid crosses. Want to know how the technique and Dihybrid cross work? Watch this video to know about the two interesting concepts.

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Next generation quality assessment using the NanoDrop One UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
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Identify contaminants and obtain accurate information about both concentration and purity of your DNA, RNA, and protein samples using the Thermo Scientific NanoDrop One Spectrophotometer with built-in Acclaro Sample Intelligence technology. Save time and precious sample. Learn how it works.

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What Will the Field of Genomics Look Like in 5–10 Years? How Will It Get There?
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As one of a series of activities devoted to strategic planning, NHGRI hosted a three-day workshop, From Genome to Phenotype: Genomic Variation Identification, Association, and Function in Human Health and Disease.

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Cellular Mapping Guided by 18th Century Math
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To really understand how cells develop over time, snapshots aren't good enough: scientists want to fill in the gaps between snapshots and string everything together into a movie. Therefore, researchers are tapping into a powerful 18th century mathematical method called "optimal transport."

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Introns: The Gaps in Our Genes
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What are introns and why are our genes full of them? This film explores some of the proposed explanations for introns being so common in DNA.

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Introduction to nanopore sequencing
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Oxford Nanopore Technologies has developed nanopore-based DNA and RNA sequencing technology designed to provide on-demand biological information, to any person, in any environment.

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Cas13: Cas9's Cool Detective Cousin
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This animation depicts how Cas13—a CRISPR-associated protein—may be adapted to detect human disease. This new diagnostic tool, called SHERLOCK, targets RNA (rather than DNA), and has the potential to transform research and global public health.

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Bacterial DNA Jiggling Motion Halted Before Cell Death
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Watch how the jiggling motion of bacterial DNA stops when a natural antimicrobial peptide permeates the E. coli membrane. This novel mechanism helps explain why bacteria develop resistance very slowly and may inform the design of new antimicrobial agents.

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What is Genomic Sequencing?
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Genomic sequencing is a process for analyzing a sample of DNA taken from your blood. In the lab, technicians extract DNA and prepare it for sequencing.

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