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BMS 631 - LECTURE 6 Flow Cytometry: Theory Optics - Filter Properties & manipulation of light in flow cytometry

BMS 631 - LECTURE 6 Flow Cytometry: Theory Optics - Filter Properties & manipulation of light in flow cytometry

BMS 631 - LECTURE 6 Flow Cytometry: Theory Optics - Filter Properties & manipulation of light in flow cytometry J. Paul Robinson Professor of Immunopharmacology Professor of Biomedical Engineering Purdue University. Some of these slides are modified from Dr. Bob Murphy. www.cyto.purdue.edu.

By adamdaniel
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Chapter 14 – The Atmosphere

Chapter 14 – The Atmosphere

Chapter 14 – The Atmosphere The modern atmosphere Two most abundant gases: 78% N 2 21% O 2 Less abundant gases (< 1%) Argon Water vapor CO 2 (only about .035%) Non-gaseous components water droplets dust, pollen, soot and other particulates Fig. 17.6, p.437

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California 1st Grade Content standards

California 1st Grade Content standards

California 1st Grade Content standards Physical Sciences Life Sciences Earth Sciences Investigation and Experimentation Home Physical Sciences 1. Materials come in different forms (states), including solids, liquids, and gases. As a basis for understanding this concept:

By oshin
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He went to Paris . . . July 2004 A multimedia presentation by Paul Matter

He went to Paris . . . July 2004 A multimedia presentation by Paul Matter

He went to Paris . . . July 2004 A multimedia presentation by Paul Matter. Trip Summary. July 8 th - Arrived in Paris for 2 hours then took a train to Lyon July 8 th – 11 th - Visited Lyon, the IRC, and the IFP July 11 th – 17 th - The 13 th ICC in Paris

By Gideon
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HALOGEN-FREE LAMINATES – SHOULD THE INDUSTRY CHANGE?

HALOGEN-FREE LAMINATES – SHOULD THE INDUSTRY CHANGE?

HALOGEN-FREE LAMINATES – SHOULD THE INDUSTRY CHANGE?. David W. Bergman, IPC VP Standards, Technology & International Relations November, 2004. Why Use Flame Retardants?. The major human health hazard is fire itself, not which materials are burning Flame retardants must balance: Health

By bernad
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Introduction to molecular biology

Introduction to molecular biology

Introduction to molecular biology. Genes, proteins and DNA. A nineteenth-century monk called Gregor Mendel introduced the notion of genes : basic units responsible for possession and passing on of a single characteristic Initially it was thought that proteins carried genetic information

By daniel_millan
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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Final Jeopardy. Vocabulary 100 The smallest part of an element that still contains the properties of that element. What is an atom?. Vocabulary 200 The 3 in NH 3 . What is a subscript. Vocabulary 300 Chemical bonds that form from the attraction of positive and negative ions.

By betty_james
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Lab 8 – The Distance to the Pleiades

Lab 8 – The Distance to the Pleiades

Lab 8 – The Distance to the Pleiades. Open or Galactic Cluster. M13 - Globular Cluster Distance-23,000 ly Size-150 ly. Stars in a Cluster Common Properties Distance Age Chemical composition Different Properties Spectral Types (temperature) Luminosity Class (size) Mass.

By zeal
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Dietary fibre and water

Dietary fibre and water

Dietary fibre and water. Extension. Learning objectives. To know the functions and sources of dietary fibre (Non starch polysaccharides). To understand the health benefits of dietary fibre. To know the functions and sources of water. To understand the principles of fluid balance.

By olin
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How the Brain and Its Disorders Can Be Studied

How the Brain and Its Disorders Can Be Studied

How the Brain and Its Disorders Can Be Studied. Karen Law Massachusetts Institute of Technology November 21, 2004. History of the Study of the Brain. There evidence of brain surgery dating back to the Neolithic period (5000 BC) Trepanation – skull surgery

By tait
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Warm-up

Warm-up

Warm-up. What instrument would you use to measure temperature? Which of the following is a unit of volume? a. gram b. atmosphere c. meter d. liter What property of matter can you measure using a graduated cylinder? . Thermometer. Volume. Classifying Matter.

By druce
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Chapter 25 Hydrocarbon Compounds

Chapter 25 Hydrocarbon Compounds

Chapter 25 Hydrocarbon Compounds. Section 25.1 Hydrocarbons. OBJECTIVES: Describe the bonding in hydrocarbons. Section 25.1 Hydrocarbons. OBJECTIVES: Distinguish between straight-chain and branched-chain alkanes. Organic Chemistry and Hydrocarbons.

By brook
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The Importance of Carbon

The Importance of Carbon

The Importance of Carbon. Organic Chemistry. The study of carbon compounds Most naturally occurring organic compounds are produced by living organisms. Inorganic carbon compounds CO 2 - source of carbon for all the organic molecules found in organisms. Bonds Formed by Carbon.

By penda
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Chapter 7 Energy, Part 1

Chapter 7 Energy, Part 1

Chapter 7 Energy, Part 1. Work Power Mechanical Energy Potential Energy Mechanical Energy Work-Energy Theorem Conservation of Energy Efficiency Comparison of Kinetic Energy and Momentum Energy for Life Sources of Energy. Next time. Work.

By gen
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Atoms, Molecules, and the States of Matter Chapter 1

Atoms, Molecules, and the States of Matter Chapter 1

Atoms, Molecules, and the States of Matter Chapter 1. Universe Classified. Matter is the part of the universe that has mass and volume Energy is the part of the universe that has the ability to do work Chemistry is the study of matter The properties of different types of matter

By khuong
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Surface Area, Volume and Density of Solids

Surface Area, Volume and Density of Solids

Surface Area, Volume and Density of Solids. Catherine P. Leonida E 3 Teacher Summer Program Texas A&M University 2005 Faculty: Dr. Helen (Hong) Liang Dr. Sudeep Ingole . Objectives. To make polymers using non-toxic household materials.

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Image Formation Fundamentals

Image Formation Fundamentals

Image Formation Fundamentals. CS491E/791E. How are images represented in the computer?. Color images. Image formation. There are two parts to the image formation process:

By julio
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Ch. 1 - Matter

Ch. 1 - Matter

Ch. 1 - Matter. III. Properties & Changes in Matter (p.11-14) Extensive vs. Intensive Physical vs. Chemical. A. Extensive vs. Intensive. Extensive Property depends on the amount of matter present Intensive Property depends on the identity of substance, not the amount.

By onella
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Gene amplification for high level recombinant protein production in mammalian cells.

Gene amplification for high level recombinant protein production in mammalian cells.

Last updated Nov. 22, 1:00 AM. Gene amplification for high level recombinant protein production in mammalian cells. . Principal system = dhfr- CHO cells Facilitated by the availability of DHFR-deficient mutant CHO cells. CHO dhfr- cells + vector with dhfr minigene + YFG. -GHT medium

By ronni
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“Proteomics & Bioinformatics”

“Proteomics & Bioinformatics”

“Proteomics & Bioinformatics”. MBI, Master's Degree Program in Helsinki, Finland. 7 – 11 May, 2007. This course will give an introduction to the available proteomic technologies and the data mining tools. . Sophia Kossida , Foundation for Biomedical Research of the Academy of Athens, Greece

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