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- Shrinky-Dink Hanging Drops: A Simple Way to Form and Culture Embryoid Bodies
- Quantitative Localization of a Golgi Protein by Imaging Its Center of Fluorescence Mass
- Enhanced Electron Injection and Exciton Confinement for Pure Blue Quantum-Dot Light-Emitting Diodes by Introducing Partially Oxidized Aluminum Cathode
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Articles by Bing Chen in JoVE
Shrinky-Dink Hanging Drops: A Simple Way to Form and Culture Embryoid Bodies Chi-Shuo Chen1, Jonathan Pegan1, Jesus Luna1, Bing Xia1, Kara McCloskey1, Wei-chun Chin1, Michelle Khine1 1School of Engineering, University of California Merced - UC Merced We show a simple and rapid method to load pre-defined numbers of cells into microfabricated wells and maintain them for embryoid body development.
Quantitative Localization of a Golgi Protein by Imaging Its Center of Fluorescence Mass Hieng Chiong Tie1, Bing Chen1, Xiuping Sun1, Li Cheng2,3, Lei Lu1 1School of Biological Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, 2Bioinformatics Institute, 3School of Computing, National University of Singapore The precise localization of Golgi residents is essential for understanding the cellular functions of the Golgi. However, conventional optical microscopy is unable to resolve the sub-Golgi structure. Here we describe the protocol for a conventional microscopy based super-resolution method to quantitatively determine the sub-Golgi localization of a protein.
Enhanced Electron Injection and Exciton Confinement for Pure Blue Quantum-Dot Light-Emitting Diodes by Introducing Partially Oxidized Aluminum Cathode Zhibin Wang1, Tai Cheng1, Fuzhi Wang1, Yiming Bai1, Xingming Bian1, Bing Zhang1, Tasawar Hayat2,3, Ahmed Alsaedi3, Zhan'ao Tan1 1State Key Laboratory of Alternate Electrical Power System with Renewable Energy Sources, North China Electric Power University, 2Department of Mathematics, Quaid-I-Azam University, 3NAAM Research Group, Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University A protocol is presented for fabricating high-performance, pure blue ZnCdS/ZnS-based quantum dots light-emitting diodes by employing an autoxidized aluminum cathode.