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==Supporting Images for "Nano Springs Eternal"==
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[[Image:France_04_1201_1140_Color.jpg|thumb|left|Live ''Vorticella'' visualized in the LCPolScope. Intensity encodes retardance and color encodes direction of fiber slow axis.]]
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[[Image:FastVort_Arpita.avi|thumb|left|Live ''Vorticella'' contracting in real time. Image courtesy of Arpita Upadhyaya and Alexander van Oudenaarden, MIT]]
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[[Image:France_500RPM.avi|thumb|left|148 KB: Live ''Vorticella'' cell contracting and re-extending under low opposing centrifugal force (~21g acceleration) in the Centrifuge Polarization Microscope.]]
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[[Image:France_9800RPM.mov|thumb|left|24 MB: Live ''Vorticella'' cell contracting and re-extending under high opposing centrifugal force (~11500g acceleration) in the Centrifuge Polarization Microscope.]]
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Revision as of 16:33, 1 December 2005



Contents

Supporting Images for "Nano Springs Eternal"

News from the ASCB 45th Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA | December 10-14, 2005

D. C. France [1], V. Baru [2], M. Shribak [3], S. Inoue [3], S. McCutcheon[4], H. E. Buhse [4], P. T. Matsudaira [1,2,5]

[1] Biological Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

[2] Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Cambridge, MA

[3] Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA

[4] Biological Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL

[5] Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA


Images

Live Vorticella visualized in the LCPolScope. Intensity encodes retardance and color encodes direction of fiber slow axis.
Live Vorticella visualized in the LCPolScope. Intensity encodes retardance and color encodes direction of fiber slow axis.
Extended (in 1M EGTA) Vorticella stalk visualized in the LCPolScope.
Extended (in 1M EGTA) Vorticella stalk visualized in the LCPolScope.
Contracted (in 10 mM dibucaine) Vorticella stalk visualized in the LCPolScope.
Contracted (in 10 mM dibucaine) Vorticella stalk visualized in the LCPolScope.


Movies

Image:FastVort Arpita.avi

Image:France 500RPM.avi

Image:France 9800RPM.avi

Image:France 9800RPM.mov
24 MB: Live Vorticella cell contracting and re-extending under high opposing centrifugal force (~11500g acceleration) in the Centrifuge Polarization Microscope.


More information

until further construction, see my research page:
[| http://web.mit.edu/dcook/www/research.html]

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