Spontaneous intracellular Ca2+ fluctuations of neurons developing in vivo.
Spontaneous intracellular Ca2+ fluctuations of neurons developing in vivo. The spinal cord was dissected from a neurula-stage Xenopus embryo and loaded with fluo-3 AM (Cat. no. F1241, F1242, F14218, F14242, F23915). Regions of fluo-3 fluorescence on the ventral side of the spinal cord are presented pseudocolored in gold and indicate areas of highest intracellular Ca2+ (Nature 375, 784 (1995)). The image was obtained with a Bio-Rad MRC600 confocal laser-scanning microscope. The image was contributed by Nicholas C. Spitzer, University of California, San Diego.
REF-52 fibroblasts. Cyclic AMP Fluorosensor (FlCRhR) and fura-2 AM Go ›
Pseudocolored images of changes in intracellular free Ca2+ in AtT-20/D16v-F2 cells, monitored at 9 sec intervals with fluo-4, AM (F14201, F14202, F14217, F23917). Go ›
Dual-emission ratiometric measurement of lysosomal pH using LysoSensor™ Yellow/Blue dextran. Go ›
Phagocytosis in MMM Cells using pHrodo™ Red E. coli BioParticles® Conjugate® (Catalog # P35361) Go ›
Table 2 - Tris-Glycine/Tricine to NuPAGE® Gel conversion chart Go ›
Table 1 - Migration patterns of protein standards* on NuPAGE® Gels Go ›
Developing Drosophila embryo Go ›
Cytoskeleton of a mixed population of granule neurons and glial cells Go ›