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Year 10 student's video showing the journey of a red blood cell
White Blood Cell Chases Bacteria in real life Edit: axxsmith informed me that it is from quote " It is a neutrophil chasing Staphylococcus aureus by David Rogers, Vanderbilt University http://www.rfreitas.com/Nano/DIAO/Slide64_files/slide0043.htm " All credit goes to him. More information regarding this video. http://www.biochemweb.org/neutrophil.shtml Sorry to say I did not make this video. I found it on a website a few years ago and downloaded it. I could not find it again afterword and could not find it on youtube so I posted it up. If anyone knows who made it ill be glad to post that up for credit.
dP = 100 mbar v = 1.5 - 2 mm/s canal width = 15 µm framerate = 15-30 fps
With no reliable screening tests and few symptoms, ovarian cancer is among the hardest forms of cancer to diagnose. Research underway in San Diego analyzes blood from women with ovarian cancer to track tumor cells and better understand the spread of cancer.
Ketheesan Thirusittmapalam, M. Julius Hossain, Ovidiu Ghita and Paul F. Whelan (2013), "A Novel Framework for Cellular Tracking and Mitosis Detection in Dense Phase Contrast Microscopy Images", IEEE Transactions on Biomedical and Health Informatics Vol. 17, No. 3, May 2013, pp 642-653. The video files illustrate the tracking results achieved by the proposed cell tracking and mitosis detection algorithm when applied to: * Madin-Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) Epithelial Cells * Human Umbilical Vein Endothelial Cells (HUVEC) * HeLa Cells * Murine Neural Progenitor (MNP) Cells * Synthetic data containing 10 sparse cells The video data is provided to graphically illustrate the functionality and the performance obtained by the proposed cell tracking and mitosis detection algorithm. Additional t...
Blood tests that fish for either tumour DNA or cancer cells in patient blood samples are showing great promise. This type of blood analysis is helping Cancer Research UK scientists and doctors better understand the biology of cancer from its earliest origins to when it spreads around the body. And it has the potential to offer a new way of monitoring how patients respond to treatment, as well as how drug resistant tumours may begin to emerge. Read more about how our scientists are developing these 'liquid biopsies' on our blog: http://po.st/BdImNS Follow Cancer Research UK: Facebook: http://po.st/CRUKFByt Twitter: http://po.st/CRUKTWyt Instagram: http://po.st/CRUKIGyt Google+: http://po.st/CRUKGPyt
http://www.biologycourses.co.uk The "Fast Track" blood analyser in the Leicester Royal Infirmary is made by Siemens and analyses millions of blood samples a year! Every sample coming in from the region, along with other patient samples, enters the pathology services building and is sorted depending on the analysis required. Samples are placed in pucks and whizz around the track as if on a huge model railway. Barcodes on each sample and a computer system controls which tests are done on every sample from simple blood cell counts to full biochemistry. This is an INTRODUCTION and first in a series of short videos. I just couldn't resist setting it to music. AND THANKS! Thanks to the brilliant staff and scientists at the Leicester Royal Infirmary. Thanks to Siemens who manufacture the mach...
The Red Cross has come up with a new way to encourage people to donate blood more regularly. It's introducing a text message system that will let each donor know where their blood is being used. We thought we'd trial the new system with help from BTN reporter and regular donor Nic. TEACHER RESOURCES (yr 5,6,7 Science) "Students will develop an understanding of the components of blood, different blood types and ways to encourage people to donate blood." http://www.abc.net.au/btn/resources/teacher/episode/20170509-donatingblood.pdf BTN STORY PAGE http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4663467.htm RELATED BTN STORY Blood Donation http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4019610.htm Blood Donors http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s2594275.htm
White bloods cells protect your body against invading bacteria. This time lapse movie shows a white blood cell (a neutrophil) tracking and chasing a bacteria, and at the very end, it catches up to it and engulfs it. The white blood cell senses bacteria-specific molecules and then moves towards high concentrations of those molecules. The other cells that are immotile are red blood cells whose job is to deliver oxygen to the body. This movie (from a blood sample placed on a slide) was made in the 1950s using a 16 mm time-lapse camera attached to a microscope. Credit: The late David Rogers from Vanderbilt University.
How to Track Cell Lineages As They Develop:techniques, stem cells, hematopoietic stem cells, fate mapping, cell lineage mapping. developmental biology:https://youtu.be/tWejIZkt2HA How to Track Cell Lineages As They Develop Sequencing and gene-editing advances make tracing a cell he average human is made up of more than 30 trillion cells, not counting the hefty microbiome he or she carries. Although mostly red blood cells, our bodies comprise about 200 different types of cells. Understanding how organisms grow from one cell type to many different cell types is the overall goal of lineage tracing or fate mapping experiments, the first of which date to the late 19th century. Historically, cell lineage tracing studies have taken large pools of cells from mature tissues and inferred their o...
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You'll need to have Element 3D installed for this tutorial. I used this effect in the final episode of GTASA COPS which can be found here: https://youtu.be/XQvJev8gMkw Information on the Plug-In Element 3D can be found here: https://www.videocopilot.net/products/element2/
This part of the tutorial covers modeling and texturing. To continue to the next part which covers animation, lighting and rendering go to: http://youtu.be/6HerceDtbDg For project file visit: http://monovfx.com/tutorials/blood-cells-flow-tutorial/
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Sample360 - So how does it work? Sample360 is an all in one accurate solution that ensures Blood Samples are correctly identified at the bedside. Sample360 is very powerful but each part of the Sample360 process has been designed to be turned on, off or changed depending on the client – it is the most flexible system on the market today. This means that the system can easily be moulded to the Hospital process without the need to change historical processes or retrain many members of the phlebotomy staff – this helps to improve the adoption rate of the system in the hospital. Sample360 also ensures that one process is followed across the entire Hospital never mind who is taking the sample – this ensures best practise is enforced and actively managed. Sample360 is a key component part ...
Immune cells within the perilymphatic space of the inner ear of several zebrafish embryos 80 hpf showing: MIP view of two immune cells (orange), one of which has ingested dextran particles (blue), before and after AO plus deconvolution for 438 time points at 13 sec intervals; volume rendered view in another embryo, showing a migrating immune cell and a dividing endothelial cell; and tracking of the position and velocity of an immune cell in a third embryo (c.f., Fig. 6E,F, figs. S13-15). Credit: T. Liu et al./Science 2018 Read more: https://www.hhmi.org/news/new-microscope-captures-detailed-3-d-movies-of-cells-deep-within-living-systems
I've been trying to get this video of this process for a while. This is white blood cells labeled for DNA with DAPI, nuclear label, imaged with a compact bright field fluorescent microscope. The filter and labeling technique is similar to prior work http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2222317 . I built a device for mounting the filter.
AI startup Athelas utilizes deep learning to differentiate cell morphology and nucleation features, enabling the performance of multiple blood tests for a fraction of existing costs. Explore more about AI and Deep Learning: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/deep-learning-ai/