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C.elegans Embryo Division Using Fast Temperature Shifts

Experiment

This video shows the temperature impact upon division of temperature-sensitive mutant C. elegans embryo (zyg-9). Special thanks to Bruce Bowerman Lab, using CherryTemp in their experiments to control temperature at the sample level.

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References

  • This video was produced by Chien-Hui CHung, Molly Jud and Bruce Bowerman from The Institute of Molecular Biology, University of Oregon
  • Lab info: http://molbio.uoregon.edu/bowerman/

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