From CellBiology

--Gabriel Gutnik 05:52, 17 March 2010 (UTC)Present!


LAB 1:

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LAB 2:

the lightly stained area is known as euchromatin

--Gabriel Gutnik 05:22, 24 March 2010 (UTC)

LAB 3:

first, and foremost - present! --Gabriel Gutnik 06:22, 24 March 2010 (UTC)

An MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) is a book of documents, that must be present in any lab or chemical type environment, and contains important information about a hazardous chemical (which may be hazardous substance and/or dangerous goods)

The information required to be shown is:

a hazardous substance's product name the chemical and generic name of certain ingredients the chemical and physical properties of the hazardous substance health hazard information precautions for safe use and handling the manufacturer's or importer's name, Australian address and telephone number.

[1] --Gabriel Gutnik 10:05, 30 March 2010 (UTC)

LAB 4:

"Identify a commercially available antibody to an adhesion junction protein, and also add a link to the antibody page on your own student page." "Anti-Cadherin N Polyclonal Antibody"

It detects N-Cadherin, used in immunohistochemistry (frozen & FFPE), immunohistochemistry , and Western blot procedures.


Lab 6

ZLAB5-3188856.JPG Plus sheet handed in at lab, with answers on the back.

--Gabriel Gutnik 07:56, 21 April 2010 (UTC)


Lab 7

Air: 10-40x no prep required, clean, simple, and live specimens can be observed Water: 60x allows the specimen to be viewed more closesly than air, but not as close as oil. living cell can survive Oil: 100x can be used only with fixed specimens, as it is oil, however highest magnification possible. cell killed