JoVE Science Newsletter – April 2019

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Tail Vein Injections

Dr. John Pollock’s lab, at Duquesne University, presents a method to validate tail vein injections in rats with near-infrared fluorescence imaging.

Genome Editing

Dr. Meng How Tan’s lab, at the Genome Institute of Singapore, describes a protocol for genome editing in mammalian cell lines using CRISPR-Cas.

Imaging Mass Spectrometry

Dr. Laura Sanchez, at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and colleagues demonstrate a method for detecting small molecule communication between tissues and cells using imaging mass spectrometry.

Visualization of Germinosomes

Dr. Stanley Brul, at the University of Amsterdam, and colleagues describe a protocol for using super resolution microscopy and fluorescent receptor proteins to visualize germinosomes in Bacillus subtilis spores.

Monitored Cardiac Rehabilitation

Dr. David Leibowitz and colleagues, at Hadassah Medical Center, demonstrate a digital platform for monitoring cardiac rehabilitation patients at home.

Isolating Free Carbenes

Dr. Dominik Munz’s lab, at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, presents a protocol for the isolation of stable heterocyclic carbenes.

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Prostate Organoid Research Techniques and Methods: Three-Dimensional (3D) Culture, Spin-down, Dimpled Parafilm and Fusion Method

Minimally Invasive Pancreatic Surgery

Basic Methods in Cellular and Molecular Biology

This collection demonstrates how to execute basic techniques commonly used in cellular and molecular biology.

Physical Examinations II

This collection is a specialized edition featuring methodologies and procedures associated with more sensitive and comprehensive physical exams.

General Chemistry

This collection showcases basic lab techniques, demonstrates commonly used equipment, and explores the theories behind fundamental methodologies.

Environmental Microbiology

This collection provides an introduction to microbial communities in the environment and their roles in ecosystems, and explores common methods for studying environmental microbiology.

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