Tag Archives: Methods

18th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Summer has hit Sweden, so it’s actually not the right time to spend locked-up  in the lab doing microscopy. However, I collated 4 nice resources around the topic high-content fluorescent microscopy covering the whole range from basic … Continue reading

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13th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Today it’s a lot about fluorescence, colors and imaging, both for microscopy and flow cytometry. 1. The Michael-Davidson Fluorescent Protein Collection “[…] has every fluorescent protein under the sun, from the standard oldies but goodies (e.g. EGFP … Continue reading

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12th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Hope everybody had as nice of a summer break as I did. Back in the lab here are some links, articles and papers that came up interesting during the time. 1. My favorite for the start, a … Continue reading

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11th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Today I like to share four five interesting new imaging tools and publications. I also like to highlight again Kurt’s (outstanding) microscopy blog that features a monthly microscopy paper roundup. 1. CRISPR-based multicolor labeling of chromosomal loci … Continue reading

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8th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Just before leaving for a weekend at the ‘2015 KI Neuroscience PhD Ski Conference’ in Norway I’d like to share with you a new round of science-related resources: 1. Let’s start with two interesting special issues in Frontiers Genetics/Oncology on … Continue reading

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7th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Some time has passed since the last post, with me being busy doing science. But I also collected some helpful and/or resources to share with you. Btw, I really appreciate when people send suggestions and feedback. Thanks a lot. And … Continue reading

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6th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Time flies by when you’re doing science. And so I have some sciency resources to share with you again. 1. A recent paper suggests that culturing cells alters their epigenetic and transcriptional profile within as early as … Continue reading

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5th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Thanks to the many that signed up for this newsletter. Here are some fresh articles and resources that got me interested during the last two weeks: 1. CRISPR has already revolutionized genome engineering and many are working … Continue reading

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1st Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Hello cell cyclists, So this is the first ‘official’ newsletter. I’ll see how it goes and if I find regularly interesting things. I appreciate any input/feedback. So here we go: 1. Nature Methods selected the 10 methods that impacted biology … Continue reading

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