Spaceflight Effects on Mouse Physiology
Dr. Sylvain V. Costes and colleagues at NASA Ames Research Center demonstrate how to carry out rodent experiments in space, and how to access collected omics data through the GeneLab platform
Measuring Oxygen Consumption Rates in Fly Head Segments
Dr. Shahaf Peleg’s lab at Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN), describes a protocol for measuring whole head oxygen consumption in a set-up resembling the physiological state to reveal new properties of drugs that may impact metabolic rates.
Droplet-based Single Cell Transcriptomics of Adult Mammalian Tissue
Dr. Jeff Biernaskie’s lab at University of Calgary presents a method for preparing healthy adult mammalian single cells for droplet-based, high- throughput, single-cell RNA-Seq preparations.
Raising Mexican Tetra for Whole-mount Immunohistochemistry
Dr. Clifford Tabin’s lab at Harvard Medical School demonstrates how to breed and raise Astyanax mexicanus to perform whole-mount immunostaining on post-larval fish to compare the phenotypes of surface and cave morphotypes.
Visualizing Cellular Gibberellin Levels Using the nlsGPS1 FRET Biosensor
Dr. Alexander M. Jones’s lab at University of Cambridge demonstrates how to visualize cellular levels of the phytohormone gibberellin in Arabidopsis hypocotyls and root tips using a Förster resonance energy transfer-based (FRET) biosensor.
Immunoblotting of Cell Lines to Quantify Biomarker Proteins in Tissue Samples
Dr. David P. LeBrun’s lab at Queen’s University presents the use of quantitative immunoblotting to validate immunofluorescence histology in order to quantify a protein of interest in tissue samples for clinical and research purposes.
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Prostate Organoid Research Techniques and Methods: Three-Dimensional (3D) Culture, Spin-down, Dimpled Parafilm and Fusion Method
Current Research Methods in Rabies Diagnosis, Prevention, Treatment, and Control
Techniques for High Throughput Lifespan Measurement in Invertebrate Model Systems
RNA/DNA In-Situ Hybridization Techniques
This collection focuses on genetics and incorporates five broad subdisciplines.
Biology I: Yeast, Drosophila and C. Elegans
This collection features three model organisms commonly used in life sciences research
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Lab Animal Research
This collection is a comprehensive video guide for appropriate lab animal care and use.
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