July 23, 2014

National Xenopus Resource at MBL Innovates New Way to Study Proteins

Xenopus laevis, the African Clawed Frog. Photo credit: National Xenopus Resource, MBL

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Diana Kenney, Marine Biological Laboratory 508-289-7139; dkenney@mbl.edu WOODS HOLE, Mass.— Proteomics, the study of large groups of proteins, can enhance our understanding of a wide range of organisms, with applications in medicine and developmental biology. Such analyses traditionally require a complete genome for the organism being studied in order to obtain […]

@MBL: Renewing the Joy of Discovery in the Embryology Course

Male stolon (ventral view, anterior up) of the annelid, Proceraea sp., fluorescently stained for acetylated tubulin (green), serotonin (yellow), F-actin (red; phalloidin), and nuclei (blue; DAPI).  Confocal z-stacks were viewed as maximum  projections and tiled together to cover the entirety of the animal (body length approximately 7.5 mm).  By Eduardo Zattara (University of Maryland, College Park); Embryology Class of 2012.

@MBL: Julie Huber, Explorer of Deep-Sea Microbial Life