3rd Cell Cyclist Newsletter

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Here come some helpful microscopy resources and other sciency things that got me interested in the last weeks:

1. A very handy complete ‎fluorescent protein table. Great way to help pick your next tag for your protein, or double check the conditions of the one you already have:
http://nic.ucsf.edu/FPvisualization/

2. A guide on choosing compatible fluorescent proteins for multicolor imaging:
http://blog.addgene.org/choosing-your-fluorescent-proteins-for-multi-color-imaging

3. A review on the new low-fluorescence DMEM for microscopy from Life Techologies (Fluorobrite DMEM). Including example movies:
http://nic.ucsf.edu/blog/?p=1343

4. A paper using stochastic modeling to estimate how many people who cite a paper have actually read it:
https://www.complex-systems.com/pdf/14-3-5.pdf

5. A scientific search engine that provides you with a list of experts, patents, companies etc. that work with your technology, method or protein of interest:
https://en.expernova.com/

Cheers,
Erik

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