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In honor of Gregor Mendel’s 189th birthday.
I absolutely LOVE being a biologist and thinking about all the things we can do with DNA!
Here’s a video by Lulu Qian and Erik Winfree of the DNA and Natural Algorithms group at Caltech explaining how DNA gate architecture is suitable for practical synthesis of large-scale circuits involving possibly thousands of gates.
For more information see their open-access paper A simple DNA gate motif for synthesizing large-scale circuits.
Shout out to Discover Magazine for pointing out this video.
In this video, Dr. Sean Taylor, Field Applications Specialist, Bio-Rad Laboratories, demonstrates how sample quality and reference gene selection effect data analysis and interpretation in real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR) experiments. The presentation is in accordance with the previously published MIQE guidelines.
For enhanced viewing, click on the full-screen mode button on the bottom right hand corner of the video.
This video was created by XVIVO, a scientific animation company near Hartford, CT in July 2006 for Harvard biology students. The 8 minute animation took 14 months to create and has been viewed tens of thousands of times by molecular biology aficionados all across the globe. If you haven’t yet seen it, it’s well worth your time.