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12:51, 25 May 2011 Expression of early lineage markers in morulae and blastocysts.jpg (file) 114 KB ==Expression of early lineage markers in morulae and blastocysts== Laser scanning confocal (A–C) and fluorescent microscopic (D–E) analysis revealed expression of Oct4 in all cells of the morula and primarily in the ICM of the blastocyst (A, D, and E 1
12:47, 25 May 2011 Morula cell lines express ES markers.jpg (file) 205 KB ==Expression of molecular markers characteristic of ES cells in morula-derived cell lines== Phase contrast photomicrographs of morula-derived ES cell lines mm1c (A) and mm10 (B) as well as representative expression of SSEA1 (C), Oct4 (D), and Nanog (E) i 1
12:15, 25 May 2011 Human induced pluripotent stem cells 01.jpg (file) 250 KB ==Human induced pluripotent stem (hiPS) cells== Maintenance of human induced pluripotent stem cells on an hE-cad-Fc surface. (A) Morphology of human iPS cell clones (2a, 3a and 6a) on surfaces coated with Matrigel or hE-cad-Fc. Scale bar indicates 100 � 1
11:57, 25 May 2011 Human embryonic stem cell defined conditions.jpg (file) 187 KB ==Maintenance of Human embryonic stem (ES) cells under the completely chemically defined condition== Characterization of teratomas from H9 cells cultured on an hE-cad-Fc-coated surface. Hematoxylin and eosin staining of paraffin sections through terato 1
12:13, 24 May 2011 Mouse- embryonic stem cell signaling regulation.jpg (file) 54 KB ==Mouse- embryonic stem cell regulation== Core transcriptional regulatory circuitry in pluripotent mouse ESCs. Recent papers have demonstrated a role for Krüppel-like transcription factors 2, 4 and 5 in the control of mouse embryonic stem cell pluripo 1
18:45, 16 May 2011 Melanocyte-keratinocyte interactions.jpg (file) 96 KB Simplified schematic showing of key molecules and signaling pathways implicated in melanocyte-keratinocyte interactions. In the melanocyte lineage, a series of transcription factors, including Pax3, Sox10, Creb, Lef1, and Mitf play crucial roles in the r 1
09:20, 13 May 2011 Lecture2011-Cell Death 2.mp3 (file) 7.83 MB This is the audio for the 2011 Lecture Cell Death 2 - Apoptosis. This is not the iLecture but the lecturers own audio recording of the postponed lecture given at 3pm teh same day in G2G4. 1
09:48, 10 May 2011 Calpain superfamily members.jpg (file) 215 KB Schematic structures of calpain superfamily members Calpain homologues have been identified in vertebrates, insects, nematodes, schistosomes, trypanosomes, plants, fungi, yeasts, some bacteria etc. Symbols used are; I: the N-terminal domain with little 1
08:08, 10 May 2011 Possible membrane sources of isolation membrane.png (file) 50 KB ==Possible Membrane Sources of the isolation membrane== Some of the possible scenarios for IM formation are illustrated here. According to the maturation model, upon induction of autophagy, membrane may be directly derived from the ER by folding (A), or 1
08:04, 10 May 2011 Membrane events involved in autophagy.jpg (file) 153 KB ==The Dynamic Membrane Events Involved in Autophagy== (A) Upon induction of autophagy, a membrane sac called the isolation membrane (IM) forms and engulfs portions of the cytoplasm. Sealing of its edges gives rise to the double-membrane bound autophagoso 1
07:56, 10 May 2011 Unfolded protein response to bacterial pore-forming toxins.png (file) 181 KB ==Schematic illustrating relationship between p38 MAPK, ire-1-xbp-1, and Pore-forming toxins (PFTs) defense pathways== Pore-forming toxins (PFTs) at the cell surface of epithelial cells activate p38 MAPK that activates IRE-1 that induces splicing of xbp- 1
12:08, 31 March 2011 Watch page tutorial 02.jpg (file) 128 KB   1
12:06, 31 March 2011 Watch page tutorial 01.jpg (file) 97 KB   1
10:16, 28 March 2011 Endothelial cell microfilament junctions EM.jpg (file) 242 KB ==Electron microscopy analysis of endothelial cell-cell borders== Confluent human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVECs) either (B) unstimulated or (A) tumour necrosis factor-α-stimulated for 18 h were fixed and processed for electron microscopy. Arr 1
09:59, 28 March 2011 Epithelial cell microfilaments 01.jpg (file) 289 KB ==Organization and dynamics of F-actin in migrating newt lung epithelial cells== (a and b) Z-series of deconvolved optical sections of an Alexa-488 phalloidin-stained cell were used to generate views along the z axis (a, maximum projection) or y axis (b, 1
11:20, 24 March 2011 Wiki-upload-window.jpg (file) 154 KB Part of the image upload tutorial. 1
11:07, 24 March 2011 Wiki-upload-link.jpg (file) 33 KB   1
11:01, 24 March 2011 REBJ-9-1-3-Figure-1.jpg (file) 162 KB ===This is what how the image appears on the Journal homepage=== http://www.rbej.com/content/9/1/3 ===This internet page image is reproduced for educational purposes only=== 1
10:53, 24 March 2011 REBJ-9-1-3.jpg (file) 188 KB This is what how the reference appears on the Journal homepage. http://www.rbej.com/content/9/1/3 This internet page image is reproduced for educational purposes only. 1
10:41, 24 March 2011 PubMed PMID21232101.jpg (file) 263 KB http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21232101 I can also add the reference information formatted as I described in class. <pubmed>21232101</pubmed> 1
14:06, 23 March 2011 Cryostat movie label.jpg (file) 158 KB   1
14:06, 23 March 2011 Cryostat.jpg (file) 58 KB   1
14:05, 23 March 2011 Cryostat movie 2.mov (file) 5.28 MB   1
14:05, 23 March 2011 Cryostat movie 3.mov (file) 2.16 MB   1
16:29, 21 March 2011 Ubiquitin proteasome system.jpg (file) 51 KB ==The ubiquitin proteasome system== In step 1, ubiquitin is activated by a ubiquitin activating enzyme, E1. In step 2, activated ubiquitin is transferred to a ubiquitin conjugating enzyme, E2. In step 3, ubiquitin is subsequently conjugated to target 1
15:46, 21 March 2011 Cell protein distribution graph.jpg (file) 43 KB ==Cell Protein Distribution== Distribution of 6900 LOCATE proteins for various subcellular compartments. The subcellular compartments are CP (cytoplasm), CV (cytoplasmic vesicle), EC (extracellular), ER (endoplasmic reticulum), ES (endosome), GA (Golgi 1
15:10, 21 March 2011 Golgi structure cartoon.jpg (file) 39 KB ==Schematic structure of the Golgi== The Golgi ribbon consists of cisternal stacks separated by tubulovesicular domains (gray boxes). Tubular connections between equivalent cisternae are well documented (Ladinsky et al., 1999); whether cisternae at diffe 1
08:38, 18 March 2011 Pubmed nucleous search 02.jpg (file) 85 KB   1
08:30, 18 March 2011 Pubmed nucleous search 01.png (file) 89 KB   1
11:25, 16 March 2011 Nuclear pore complex cartoon.jpg (file) 60 KB ==Schematic view of the nuclear pore complex== The crosssection of the nuclear ring, central structure, and cytoplasmic ring are displayed on the top, middle, and bottom of the figure, respectively. Original file name: CG-10-550_F1.jpg ==Reference== < 1
10:55, 14 March 2011 Morphology and interaction between lipid domains.jpg (file) 27 KB ==Theoretical and experimental dimpled domain shapes== Domains are shown as thicker red lines, surrounding membrane as thinner blue lines. (A) The dimensionless height profile (η) as a function of dimensionless radius (ρ) for minimum energy dimples w 1
10:55, 14 March 2011 F3.large.jpg (file) 27 KB ==Theoretical and experimental dimpled domain shapes== Domains are shown as thicker red lines, surrounding membrane as thinner blue lines. (A) The dimensionless height profile (η) as a function of dimensionless radius (ρ) for minimum energy dimples w 1
14:41, 10 March 2011 Nuclear envelope and endoplasmic reticulum system.jpg (file) 34 KB ==Schematic representation of the nuclear envelope/endoplasmic reticulum system of metazoan cells== The nucleoplasm is enclosed by the nuclear envelope (NE), which contains the inner nuclear membrane (INM), the outer nuclear membrane (ONM), the nuclear p 1
10:37, 10 March 2011 Bronchiolar epithelium 3 - SEM.jpg (file) 375 KB http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/39/Bronchiolar_epithelium_3_-_SEM.jpg 1
10:32, 10 March 2011 Epithelia cartoon 2.jpg (file) 113 KB   1
10:31, 10 March 2011 Epithelia cartoon.jpg (file) 144 KB   1
07:56, 9 March 2011 Archaea - Halobacteria.jpg (file) 9 KB ==Archaea - Halobacteria== * no cell nucleus nor any other membrane-bound organelles within their cells. * originally called archaebacteria * have an independent evolutionary history from bacteria http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/20 1
07:04, 9 March 2011 E. coli FtsZ.png (file) 517 KB ==Total internal reflection PALM image of an E. coli BL21(DE3)pLysS cell expressing FtsZ-mEos2== Representative image of a fixed cell expressing FtsZ-mEos2 in the order of bright-field (A), total internal reflection (TIR) ensemble fluorescence image of t 1
14:35, 16 November 2010 Microtubules 01.jpg (file) 61 KB ==Microtubules - The Basics== Microtubules are non-covalent cytoskeletal polymers found in all eukaryotic cells that are involved in mitosis, cell motility, intracellular transport, secretion, the maintenance of cell shape and cell polarization. They are 1
14:12, 1 October 2010 Biological-relative-sizes.jpg (file) 29 KB ==Biological Relative Sizes== This figure compares the relative sizes (metre scale) with the different biological cells, viruses and components. Modified from: File:Relative scale.svg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Relative_scale.svg 1
14:29, 30 September 2010 Salamander-oocyte.jpg (file) 21 KB   1
14:26, 30 September 2010 Untitled-1.jpg (file) 21 KB ==Salamander- early development== Early development of Ensatina eschscholtzii, an amphibian with a large, yolky egg. Animal pole view of four live embryos from two different clutches. (C) Uncleaved egg Scale bars = 1.0 mm. Original File name: Figure 2 1
11:28, 19 May 2010 TrkA receptor.jpg (file) 27 KB ==Trk A Receptor== A receptor tyrosine kinase of the Trk family. Member of the neurotrophic tyrosine kinase receptor (NTKR) family with high affinity receptor for nerve growth factor, neurotrophin-3 and neurotrophin-4/5 but not brain- derived neurotroph 1
10:41, 19 May 2010 Crosstalk between cancer and immune cells STAT3.jpg (file) 35 KB STAT3 signalling allows crosstalk between tumour cells and dendritic cells, forming an immunosuppressive network. Tumour-associated factors such as vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), interleukin-10 (IL-10) and IL-6 can not only be upregulated by 1
10:39, 19 May 2010 Receptor and non-receptor tyrosine kinases.jpg (file) 31 KB Constitutive activation of STAT3 by receptor and non-receptor tyrosine kinases. Autocrine or paracrine signals activate intrinsic growth-factor-receptor tyrosine kinases, and cytokine-receptor-associated Janus-family kinases (JAKs) and SRC tyrosine kinas 1
10:25, 19 May 2010 G-protein-coupled receptor structure.png (file) 629 KB Structural superimposition of the five G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) structures used in the analysis. The overall topology of the templates are remarkably similar, with the transmembrane helices superimposing relatively well in most cases (although t 1
10:10, 19 May 2010 G-protein coupled receptors.jpg (file) 109 KB Signal transduction in G-protein-coupled receptors. Diverse signalling pathways regulated by the type 2 beta adrenergic receptor (2AR). The 2AR can activate two G proteins, Gs and Gi (part of the Gs and Gi heterotrimers, respectively), which differenti 1
14:53, 18 May 2010 Trk receptor pathways.jpg (file) 27 KB Trk receptors mediate differentiation and survival signalling through extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK), phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI3K) and phospholipase C (PLC-) pathways3, 5. Trk family members recruit and increase the phosphorylation 1
09:34, 12 May 2010 Apoptosis - genetic errors.jpg (file) 52 KB Apoptosis - simplified process A damaged cell may undergo apoptosis if it is unable to repair genetic errors. http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/handbook/illustrations/apoptosisprocess 1
08:24, 12 May 2010 Apoptosis - macrophage.jpg (file) 81 KB Final stage of apoptosis When a cell undergoes apoptosis, white blood cells called macrophages consume cell debris. http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/handbook/illustrations/apoptosismacrophage 1
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