(theme videos) Cell Biology (from iBiology)

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source: iBiology       2016年11月29日/上次更新日期:2017年1月3日

Sue Biggins (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, HHMI) 1: Chromosome Segregation 30:45
Sue Biggins (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, HHMI) 2: Investigating Kinetochore Function 23:28
Jody Rosenblatt (HCI, U. Utah) 1: Epithelial homeostasis: Cell division 25:06
Jody Rosenblatt (HCI, U. Utah) 2: Epithelial Apoptosis: Death by epithelial cell extrusion 23:57
Jody Rosenblatt (HCI, U. Utah) 3: Pathologies resulting from aberrant epithelial extrusion 25:41
Susan Lindquist (Whitehead, MIT / HHMI) 1a: Protein Folding in Infectious Disease and Cancer 21:05
Susan Lindquist (Whitehead, MIT / HHMI) 1b: Protein Folding in Neurodegenerative Disease 26:25
Susan Lindquist (Whitehead, MIT / HHMI) 2: Hsp 90: a Driver of Novelty in Evolution 58:47
Susan Lindquist (Whitehead, MIT / HHMI) 3: Prions: Protein Elements of Genetic Diversity 47:12
Julie Theriot (Stanford, HHMI) 3: Evolution of a Dynamic Cytoskeleton 41:04
Julie Theriot (Stanford, HHMI) 2: Mechanics and Dynamics of Rapid Cell Motility 37:20
Julie Theriot (Stanford, HHMI) 1: Protein Polymers, Crawling Cells and Comet Tails 28:54
Michael Dustin (Oxford, NYU School of Medicine) 3: The Immunological Synapse: Extracellular Vesicles 28:18
Michael Dustin (Oxford, NYU School of Medicine) 2: The Immunological Synapse: Signaling and Function 30:19
Michael Dustin (Oxford, NYU School of Medicine) 1: The Immunological Synapse: Antigen Recognition 36:58
Ron Vale (UCSF, HHMI) 3: Molecular Motor Proteins: Regulation of Mammalian Dynein 24:39
Ron Vale (UCSF, HHMI) 2: Molecular Motor Proteins: The Mechanism of Dynein Motility 39:37
Ron Vale (UCSF, HHMI) 1: Molecular Motor Proteins 35:26
Avery August (Cornell U.) 1: Allergies and the Immune System 15:56
Avery August (Cornell U.) 2: A Role for the Actin-Reorganizing Protein Drebrin in Mast Cell Function 22:50
Jayme Dyer (MIT): Knowing Where to Go: How Cells Drive Without Eyes 34:57
Rachel Green (Johns Hopkins U., HHMI) 2: Protein synthesis: mRNA surveillance by the ribosome 37:19
Rachel Green (Johns Hopkins U., HHMI) 1: Protein synthesis: a high fidelity molecular event 43:06
Thomas Pollard (Yale University) 3: The mechanics of cytokinesis 39:28
Thomas Pollard (Yale University) 2: Mechanism of cell motility pt. 2 21:44
Thomas Pollard (Yale University) 1: Mechanism of cell motility pt. 1 30:06
Thomas Kornberg (UCSF) 2: Cytoneme directed transport and direct transfer model 38:30
Thomas Kornberg (UCSF) 1: An introduction to paracrine signaling 34:38
Christine Jacobs-Wagner (Yale, HHMI) 2: DNA segregation & active intracellular transport in bacteria 32:26
Christine Jacobs-Wagner (Yale, HHMI) 1: The role of spatial organization in bacterial cell function 27:15
Robert Goldman (Northwestern U/MBL) Part 1: Cytoskeletal Intermediate Filaments 36:08
Robert Goldman (Northwestern U/MBL) Part 2: Nuclear Lamins 42:10
Arthur Horwich (Yale/HHMI) Part 1A: Chaperone-assisted protein folding 38:10
Arthur Horwich (Yale/HHMI) Part 1B: Chaperone-assisted protein folding 20:27
Arthur Horwich (Yale/HHMI) Part 2: The role of ATP binding and hydrolysis at GroEL 17:34
Arthur Horwich (Yale/HHMI) Part 3: Where are proteins folded by chaperonins? 17:25
Angelika Amon (MIT and HHMI) Part 3: Aneuploidy Disease Implications 30:32
Angelika Amon (MIT and HHMI) Part 2: Effects of Aneuploidy on Cell Physiology 36:54
Angelika Amon (MIT and HHMI) Part 1: Review of the Study of Aneuploidy 32:44
Tim Mitchison (Harvard) Part 1: Self-organization of microtubule assemblies 26:01
Tim Mitchison (Harvard) Part 2: Self-organization of meiotic spindles 41:50
Andrew Murray (Harvard) Part 1: Yeast Sex: An Introduction 27:15
Andrew Murray (Harvard) Part 2: How to shmoo and find a mate 51:46
Kai Simons (MPI) Part 1: The role of lipids in organizing the cellular traffic. 28:29
Kai Simons (MPI) Part 2: Lipid rafts as a membrane organizing principle 36:43
Kai Simons (MPI) Part 3: Biogenesis of glycolipid-rich apical membranes 31:50
Anthony Hyman (Max Planck Institute) Part 1: How does complexity arise from molecular interactions? 27:58
Anthony Hyman (Max Planck Institute) Part 2: Building a polymer: microtubule dynamics 25:47
Anthony Hyman (Max Planck Institute) Part 3: Formation and duplication of centrioles 23:10
Anthony Hyman (Max Planck Institute) Part 4: Formation of P granules 32:29
Xiaodong Wang (U Texas Southwestern/HHMI) Part 1: Introduction to Apoptosis 26:16
Julie Theriot (Stanford) Part 1: Cell Motility (archive) 43:59
Xiaodong Wang (U Texas Southwestern/HHMI) Part 2: The Intrinsic Pathway of Apoptosis 27:40
Xiaodong Wang (U Texas Southwestern/HHMI) Part 3: Extrinsic Pathway of Apoptosis 24:00
Julie Theriot (Stanford) 2: Force Generation by Actin Assembly (archive) 46:21
Julie Theriot (Stanford) 3: Principles of Cellular Organization (archive) 29:18
Randy Schekman (Berkeley) Part 3: Human Diseases of Vesicle Budding 32:29
Randy Schekman (Berkeley) Part 1: Studying Protein Secretion in Yeast 36:36
Randy Schekman (Berkeley) Part 2: Biochemical Reconstitution of Transport Vesicle Budding 25:15
Martin Raff (UCL) Part 1: Regulation of Cell Size 40:57
Martin Raff (UCL) Part 2: Cell Number Control 37:14
David O. Morgan (UCSF) Part 1: Controlling the Cell Cycle: Introduction 28:31
David O. Morgan (UCSF) Part 2: Controlling the Cell Cycle: Cdk Substrates 30:08
David O. Morgan (UCSF) Part 3: Controlling the Cell Cycle: Anaphase Onset 21:20
Satyajit Mayor (NCBS) Part 1: What are Membrane Rafts? 38:20
Satyajit Mayor (NCBS) Part 2: Looking for Functional Rafts in Cell Membranes 41:55
Satyajit Mayor (NCBS) Part 3: Making Rafts in Living Cell Membranes 20:39
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz (NIH) Part 3: Super Resolution Imaging 29:28
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz (NIH) Part 2: Photobleaching and Photoactivation 35:28
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz (NIH) Part 1: Intracellular Fluorescent Imaging: An Introduction 25:11
Mary Beckerle (University of Utah) Part 1: Adhesion, Signaling and Cancer 36:04
Mary Beckerle (University of Utah) Part 2: Discovery and Characterization 50:55
Mary Beckerle (University of Utah) Part 3: Focal Adhesions as Stress Sensors 30:57
Richard McIntosh (U. Colorado, Boulder) Part 3: Moving Chromosome to the Spindle Poles: Anaphase A 41:28
Ira Mellman (Genentech) Part 2: Antigen Presentation and Dendritic Cells 53:36
Ira Mellman (Genentech) Part 1: Cellular Basis of the Immune Response 38:31
Richard McIntosh (U. Colorado, Boulder) Part 2: Understanding Mitosis through Experimentation 39:03
Richard McIntosh (U. Colorado, Boulder) Part 1: Separating Duplicated Chromosomes 29:34
Robert Lefkowitz (Duke University) Part 2 Beta-arrestins 51:39
Robert Lefkowitz (Duke University) Part 1 Seven Transmembrane Receptors 55:15
Ari Helenius (ETH Zurich) Part 3: Open Sesame: Cell Entry and Vaccinia Virus 30:26
Ari Helenius (ETH Zurich) Part 2: Endocytosis and Penetration 30:19
Ari Helenius (ETH Zurich) Part 1: Virus entry 40:11

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