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Gene targeting, proteomics :: DNA from the Beginning
... insert new genes into mouse embryonic stem (ES) cells. These cells, which are derived from the ... receptors in their CA1 ...

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16991. How Embryonic Stem Cell Lines are Made
Use of embryonic stem cells in research has been hotly debated for several years. This animation presents the basics on how stem cell lines are established. For more information on how techniques similar to this are used in research.
16856. Animation 41: DNA is only the beginning for understanding the human genome.
Mario Capecchi describes proteomics; the large-scale study of protein structure and function. Brian Sauer explains gene knock outs.
15059. Gene targeting, Mario Capecchi
Mario Capecchi talks about manipulating embryonic stem (ES) cells to make specific mutations in mouse embryos.
897. Gene knockout in mice
This method uses homologous recombination to disable a gene of interest to produce a genetic knockout.
1157. Different Types of Stem Cells
Professor David Anderson describes the types and properties of different stem cells. The most well known, embryonic stem cells, are the most flexible.
1158. Stem Cells - a Definition
Professor Fred Gage defines the key features of stem cells, which include self-renewal and the ability to give rise to another cell.
15067. Promises of gene therapy, Mario Capecchi
Mario Capecchi talks about the possible use of embryonic stem cells and gene targeting techniques to develop new therapies for for diabetes and Parkinson's.
15707. Mice used as model organisms
Gene targeting techniques are used by scientists to simulate human genetic disorders in model organisms. Many scientists believe that gene targeting will lead the way to new methods for correcting genetic defects.
16559. Gallery 25: Infection of H-9 cells with the MN strain of HIV-1 virus, electromicrograph 2
Virus particle is fusing with the cell membrane and about to empty its contents into the cell. Note the visible inner core.
1715. Human (Homo sapiens) Cell Cutures
When model organisms cannot provide the information needed to answer a particular research question, biologists can turn to cultured human cells.
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