50 posts tagged genetics
Eye and lashes in type IA oculocutaneous albinism.
Source: Albinism, Oculocutaneous, Type I (a database of hereditary ocular diseases, The University of Arizona)
An image of the phi29 nanomotor illustrates the ring of six pRNA molecules processing a strand of DNA through its center.
Source (Purdue University)
A fixed PTK (marsupial kidney cell line) cell in mitosis. The condensed chromosomes are stained with Hoechst stain and are shown in blue, while microtubules are labelled with an antibody to tubulin and are shown in red.
Image by Eric Workman and Jim Powers.
Source (Indiana University)
Crystal structure of a segment from the amyloid-beta protein that forms amyloid fibers in Alzheimer’s disease.
Source (UCLA-DOE Institute for Genomics and Proteomics)
Credit: David Eisenberg
Map of early human migration patterns. The Genographic Project, a global, five-year research initiative, will trace the migratory history of the human species, which originated in Africa.
(Source, The University of Texas at Austin)
I always thought that knowing the name of the waiters is important … but not so much!