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Bio Photonics - September 2015

Bio Photonics - September 2015

…control the stability and function of actin filaments. TIRF microscopy in single-filament studies The Mullins Lab, located at UCSF's Mission Bay campus, is widely recognized as a leading authority on the study of actin filaments. The protein filaments are fundamental to many processes in virtually…

Bio Photonics - September 2015

Bio Photonics - September 2015

…control the stability and function of actin filaments. TIRF microscopy in single-filament studies The Mullins Lab, located at UCSF's Mission Bay campus, is widely recognized as a leading authority on the study of actin filaments. The protein filaments are fundamental to many processes in virtually…

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

filaments. Tropomyosins are coiled-coil proteins whose known function is to bind actin filaments and thereby regulate multiple cytoskeletal functions, including actin network dynamics near the leading edge of motile cells. Professor Mullins explains, "The binding of tropomyosins to actin filaments

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

…Actin Networks. Current Biology, 1-10.]." Some dual-wavelength excitation TIRF single filament data is seen in figure 3, which shows that Tm1A preferentially binds near the pointed-end of actin filaments. By comparing similar data under different experimental conditions, the researchers showed…

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

…Actin Networks. Current Biology, 1-10.]." Some dual-wavelength excitation TIRF single filament data is seen in figure 3, which shows that Tm1A preferentially binds near the pointed-end of actin filaments. By comparing similar data under different experimental conditions, the researchers showed…

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

…Actin Networks. Current Biology, 1-10.]." Some dual-wavelength excitation TIRF single filament data is seen in figure 3, which shows that Tm1A preferentially binds near the pointed-end of actin filaments. By comparing similar data under different experimental conditions, the researchers showed…

Industrial Photonics - October 2014

Industrial Photonics - October 2014

…curves. More recently, a new laser-based micromachining method, referred to as filament cutting, has been demonstrated. Originally pioneered by Dr. Peter Herman and Dr. Abbas Hosseini of the University of Toronto, filament cutting has been commercialized by systems builders such as Innolas Systems…

Industrial Photonics - October 2014

Industrial Photonics - October 2014

…curves. More recently, a new laser-based micromachining method, referred to as filament cutting, has been demonstrated. Originally pioneered by Dr. Peter Herman and Dr. Abbas Hosseini of the University of Toronto, filament cutting has been commercialized by systems builders such as Innolas Systems…

Industrial Photonics - October 2014

Industrial Photonics - October 2014

…curves. More recently, a new laser-based micromachining method, referred to as filament cutting, has been demonstrated. Originally pioneered by Dr. Peter Herman and Dr. Abbas Hosseini of the University of Toronto, filament cutting has been commercialized by systems builders such as Innolas Systems…

Bio Photonics - September 2015

Bio Photonics - September 2015

…processes In the team's work on the binding of actin filaments, this flexible TIRF setup enables the Mullins Lab to conduct experiments with several different approaches. For example, in typical two-wavelength experiments, the actin filament is labeled with one fluorophore, and the protein of…

Bio Photonics - September 2015

Bio Photonics - September 2015

…processes In the team's work on the binding of actin filaments, this flexible TIRF setup enables the Mullins Lab to conduct experiments with several different approaches. For example, in typical two-wavelength experiments, the actin filament is labeled with one fluorophore, and the protein of…

LIT BioPhotonics OBIS-GALAXY TIRF-Microscopy 0915.pdf

LIT BioPhotonics OBIS-GALAXY TIRF-Microscopy 0915.pdf

…processes In the team's work on the binding of actin filaments, this flexible TIRF setup enables the Mullins Lab to conduct experiments with several different approaches. For example, in typical two-wavelength experiments, the actin filament is labeled with one fluorophore, and the protein of…

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