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My Life* translated from a DNA sequence. This Sangerism design could encode a real mini-protein - it starts with a start codon (ATG) and ends with a stop codon (TGA). Not sure what function those 6 amino acids would have though 🤔. Available in many different styles from @spreadshirt. Here it is on a women’s premium tank top.
My Life* translated from a DNA sequence. This Sangerism design could encode a real mini-protein - it starts with a start codon (ATG) and ends with a stop codon (TGA). Not sure what function those 6 amino acids would have though 🤔. Available in many different styles from @spreadshirt. Here it is on a women’s premium tank top.
Sometimes you just have to put all your responsibilities, pressures and deadlines aside and get drunk off your face until 5am 😂😂. Being so committed to study means I avoid big events, social outings and evenings in the city because it just takes away a whole night and most of the next day when I need to study. 
So yesterday @byrnet3 and I lost epically at beer pong but made it up by watching Chelsea Football Club 🔵⚪️ win some big soccer cup thing in England at 2am in the city. Sure I stayed out till like 5am and haven’t done a single minute of study today - but I had a good time and learnt that I’m terrible at beer pong. 
Also I nearly had a fatal car accident the other night as I was driving on the freeway. The cars in front of me and myself did not realise the traffic had slowed and basically I nearly crashed into the guy in front at 80kmph (who in turn nearly crashed into the car in front of him). Luckily instinct took over and I swerved into the next lane, preparing to crash into a car that might’ve been there but luckily there wasn’t one, and I managed to not lose control in the wet thanks to new tyres I got only a week ago. I’m still counting my blessings that no one hit anyone but a reminder to stay safe on the roads especially in the wet. A lot can change in the split second you check your rear view mirror and look back.
Sometimes you just have to put all your responsibilities, pressures and deadlines aside and get drunk off your face until 5am 😂😂. Being so committed to study means I avoid big events, social outings and evenings in the city because it just takes away a whole night and most of the next day when I need to study. So yesterday @byrnet3 and I lost epically at beer pong but made it up by watching Chelsea Football Club 🔵⚪️ win some big soccer cup thing in England at 2am in the city. Sure I stayed out till like 5am and haven’t done a single minute of study today - but I had a good time and learnt that I’m terrible at beer pong. Also I nearly had a fatal car accident the other night as I was driving on the freeway. The cars in front of me and myself did not realise the traffic had slowed and basically I nearly crashed into the guy in front at 80kmph (who in turn nearly crashed into the car in front of him). Luckily instinct took over and I swerved into the next lane, preparing to crash into a car that might’ve been there but luckily there wasn’t one, and I managed to not lose control in the wet thanks to new tyres I got only a week ago. I’m still counting my blessings that no one hit anyone but a reminder to stay safe on the roads especially in the wet. A lot can change in the split second you check your rear view mirror and look back.
If tea is more your thing, how about this Dan’s DNA mug design with My tea* translated from the Sanger DNA sequencing chromatogram? Being an Englishman I love a good cup of tea and drink from one of these at work.
If tea is more your thing, how about this Dan’s DNA mug design with My tea* translated from the Sanger DNA sequencing chromatogram? Being an Englishman I love a good cup of tea and drink from one of these at work.
Today I graduated from Liberty University with my Master’s of Science in Biomedical Science. 
How do I put into words how hard this was? God has been so abundantly faithful to me throughout this program. 
I have some pictures that are beautiful, but here’s what’s not pictured:
-Begging my way into the program without all the prerequisites -Faculty telling me “well, either you’ll be successful or you’ll find out that graduate level science isn’t for you” -Leaving the residential program after the first year to work and take more undergrad science (PA school prerequisites)
-Starting back to the masters (online) when I was 7 months pregnant -Having a baby over spring break -My husband spending a full month of unpaid paternity leave taking care of me while I was trying to balance a newborn with Neuroanatomy -Downloading textbooks and diagrams to my phone so I could study during Nora’s middle of the night feedings
-Taking a neuroanatomy midterm a week after my grandmother died, while my daughter refused to take a bottle from her sweet dad and I listened to her screaming in the next room
-Learning to nurse Nora during exams because exams are long and she still wouldn’t take bottles
-Maintaining my grades while the Army changed our plans again and again
-Failing my first cell biology exam the week my Paw-paw died
-Going to Starbucks every night for weeks so that I could focus for awhile and be back in time for Nora to eat (and then go back to study more) -Doing homework in the middle of the night for a year and half -Doubting myself at every turn
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Never quitting. God has been so faithful to renew my strength and surround me with family and friends to support me. To my husband, thank you for always believing in me and keeping me fed (and sane).To my family, both first family and married into family, thank you for never hesitating to support us and help us in any way we needed. 
This masters isn’t the be all, end all.... but it was really, really hard. I almost quit a thousand times (and kind of did once). But I did it.
(📸: @ashley_gartner ... I uploaded screen shots of her gorgeous pics and butchered the quality, but she did an amazing job per usual 💕)
Today I graduated from Liberty University with my Master’s of Science in Biomedical Science. How do I put into words how hard this was? God has been so abundantly faithful to me throughout this program. I have some pictures that are beautiful, but here’s what’s not pictured: -Begging my way into the program without all the prerequisites -Faculty telling me “well, either you’ll be successful or you’ll find out that graduate level science isn’t for you” -Leaving the residential program after the first year to work and take more undergrad science (PA school prerequisites) -Starting back to the masters (online) when I was 7 months pregnant -Having a baby over spring break -My husband spending a full month of unpaid paternity leave taking care of me while I was trying to balance a newborn with Neuroanatomy -Downloading textbooks and diagrams to my phone so I could study during Nora’s middle of the night feedings -Taking a neuroanatomy midterm a week after my grandmother died, while my daughter refused to take a bottle from her sweet dad and I listened to her screaming in the next room -Learning to nurse Nora during exams because exams are long and she still wouldn’t take bottles -Maintaining my grades while the Army changed our plans again and again -Failing my first cell biology exam the week my Paw-paw died -Going to Starbucks every night for weeks so that I could focus for awhile and be back in time for Nora to eat (and then go back to study more) -Doing homework in the middle of the night for a year and half -Doubting myself at every turn .... Never quitting. God has been so faithful to renew my strength and surround me with family and friends to support me. To my husband, thank you for always believing in me and keeping me fed (and sane).To my family, both first family and married into family, thank you for never hesitating to support us and help us in any way we needed. This masters isn’t the be all, end all.... but it was really, really hard. I almost quit a thousand times (and kind of did once). But I did it. (📸: @ashley_gartner ... I uploaded screen shots of her gorgeous pics and butchered the quality, but she did an amazing job per usual 💕)
So proud of @rgartner1317 @rwgartner finishing her Masters in Biomed as a new mommy! #gogirl #libertyuniversity #biomedicalscience #overachiever
living my best life, past few months have been wild i have had my fair share but heres to the future 👊✊👩🏻‍🎓💉💊 #medstudent #biomedicalscience #movingforward  #enjoyinglife  #thesmallvictories
My smart, beautiful, sweet, flyy, cool, intelligent, creative, diplomatic and more niece Bryanna Wells is getting her Masters in Biomedical Science TODAY!! I’m beyond proud of you babygirl! @bry_chanel #hardworkanddedication #biomedicalscience #smartgirlsrock #aimhigh #blackexcellence
I’m so excited for my hard studying niece @bry_chanel !! #smartgirlsrock #biomedicalscience #proudauntie
An afternoon revising for my human genetics exam in the sun. Still amazes me that I’ve got to the end of my degree in one piece, only 4 more days to go 🎉👩🏻‍🎓 #biomedicalsciencestudent #biomedicalscience #degree #university #sun #humangenetics #revision #exams #soontobegraduate #grass #applemacbook
Having gone through the #PresidentialScholar #Honors #convocation for #UNH @perfectjohn87 officially graduated w/ his department chair! #biomedicalscience #medicallabratoryscience #TopGPA 3.94 #PreMedStudent #NonTraditionalStudent
IT'S OFFICIALLY THE END OF MY BIOMED DEGREE!! 3 years sighhh, time flies. Can't wait to graduate soon! No more stress, no more all-nighters, no more breakdowns😭(For 4 months🤦🏻, then med school will be more horrible I believe😪).
#graduated #bsc #biomedicalscience #done #futuredoctor
IT'S OFFICIALLY THE END OF MY BIOMED DEGREE!! 3 years sighhh, time flies. Can't wait to graduate soon! No more stress, no more all-nighters, no more breakdowns😭(For 4 months🤦🏻, then med school will be more horrible I believe😪). #graduated  #bsc  #biomedicalscience  #done  #futuredoctor 
#biomedicalscience #researcherlife Isolation of primary human cells #monocyteisolation wearing #purplegloves fancy lab 🤓🐣
All equipment for cells isolation from bioptates. PBS, digestive enzymes, medium, antibiotics, and flasks. Let's get started
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#cancer #research #cancerresearch #oncology #biology #biomedical #biomedicine #biomedicalscience #molecular #science #scientist  #molecularbiology #molecularoncology #phd #phdlife #researcher #medicalresearch  #instascience #cellculture #laboratory  #cells #medstudent #medicine #conference
牛島 俊和教授さん。
日本國立癌症研究中心的表觀遺傳學(epigenetics)分部部長。

#cuhk #professors #epigenetics #表觀遺傳學 #phd #phdlife #research #researchday #biomedicalscience #biomedical #sbs #cancerresearch #japan #hongkong
A classic Dan’s DNA Sangerism design. My DNA* encoded in a Sanger DNA sequencing chromatogram. Available at @spreadshirt.
A classic Dan’s DNA Sangerism design. My DNA* encoded in a Sanger DNA sequencing chromatogram. Available at @spreadshirt.
My days and nights have been for my thesis these days. I couldn't bring myself to celebrate the fact that I passed my viva, until I finish those thesis corrections. My viva was the most difficult 2+hours of my life and I didn't enjoy it. I was looking forward to an intellectually stimulating discussion with world experts in my field, but I guess I was wrong. I'm just extremely grateful that I don't have to go through another viva again 😭  #prayforme #science #piledhigheranddeeper #phdlife #phdstudent #phdstruggles #phdproblems #phdexperiment #phd #biomedicalscience #protein #phdanxiety #phddepression #dontgiveup #widn #thesiswriteup #phdthesis #phdwriting #phdwriteup #womeninstem #phdenomenalphdemale #phdthesissubmission #phdviva #phdsubmission #naturescience #phdcareerstories #phdcomics
My days and nights have been for my thesis these days. I couldn't bring myself to celebrate the fact that I passed my viva, until I finish those thesis corrections. My viva was the most difficult 2+hours of my life and I didn't enjoy it. I was looking forward to an intellectually stimulating discussion with world experts in my field, but I guess I was wrong. I'm just extremely grateful that I don't have to go through another viva again 😭 #prayforme  #science  #piledhigheranddeeper  #phdlife  #phdstudent  #phdstruggles  #phdproblems  #phdexperiment  #phd  #biomedicalscience  #protein  #phdanxiety  #phddepression  #dontgiveup  #widn  #thesiswriteup  #phdthesis  #phdwriting  #phdwriteup  #womeninstem  #phdenomenalphdemale  #phdthesissubmission  #phdviva  #phdsubmission  #naturescience  #phdcareerstories  #phdcomics 
Are you interested to know work at life science laboratory? Or do you want to expand your knowledge or skills in biomedical science? Let's register yourself! We present in Bali!
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#science #lifescience #biomedicalscience #research #laboratory #laboratoryskills #laboratorymanagement #biosafety #biosecurity #prvkp #universitasindonesia #universitasudayana #bali #indonesia
One representation of 3 years of college.

#precisev5 #favorite #pen #artistic? #biomedicalscience 
I wonder how many words were written with these.
My first post of 2018, mainly bc I graduated in December and left my photogenic park ranger job behind and started working in a biomedical research lab where no phones are allowed.  I decided I’m not a fan of the containment lab life, so I’m starting a new adventure soon.  Anyway, here’s the suit I spend most of my day in working with viruses. The picture to the left of the suit is inside one of our lab spaces.  #biology #chemistry #biomedicalscience #biomed #research #science
My first post of 2018, mainly bc I graduated in December and left my photogenic park ranger job behind and started working in a biomedical research lab where no phones are allowed. I decided I’m not a fan of the containment lab life, so I’m starting a new adventure soon. Anyway, here’s the suit I spend most of my day in working with viruses. The picture to the left of the suit is inside one of our lab spaces. #biology  #chemistry  #biomedicalscience  #biomed  #research  #science 
Amo muito tudo isso 💗💗💗
#biomedicina #biomedicalscience #livros
New video alert 🚨 I take you all on my service dog’s adventures during this emotional graduation ceremony! 
Link is in bio! Go check it out! You won’t be disappointed! 
#servicedog #graduation #collegedog #medicalalertdog #viralvideos #type1diabetes #diabeticalertdog #cardiacalertdog #pots #potssyndrome #dysautonomia #fighter #biomedicalscience #chemistry #entrepreneurship #agriculture #syncopealertdog #motivation #inspiration #emotional 
#dogsofinstagram #bachelor
New video alert 🚨 I take you all on my service dog’s adventures during this emotional graduation ceremony! Link is in bio! Go check it out! You won’t be disappointed! #servicedog  #graduation  #collegedog  #medicalalertdog  #viralvideos  #type1diabetes  #diabeticalertdog  #cardiacalertdog  #pots  #potssyndrome  #dysautonomia  #fighter  #biomedicalscience  #chemistry  #entrepreneurship  #agriculture  #syncopealertdog  #motivation  #inspiration  #emotional  #dogsofinstagram  #bachelor 
My study snack 😋 the snack is amazing but even after liters of energy drink and tons of sugar my brain is striking. I think I love medicine more than my brain does🧠 😂😆🙈else it would remeber that I have already studied most of these things 10 years ago 😜#ilovebananachips#ilovenuts#examstress#biomedicalscience#8daystogo#icandoit#almostoneyearago😏#Nottingham#unitedkingdom🇬🇧#soonbacktogermany🇩🇪#
For some reason come the end of my working week I often feel a sudden urge to carry on, like I can conquer the world! Go home Anna! Good to love what you do I guess? #Friday #feelings #love #your #career #Researchlife #myday #unilife #research #biomedicalscience #lifescience #science #breakthroughs #medicaladvances #womeninstem #lablife #weekend #timeout #smile
So happy to have finally finished my last exam and officially finished my Biomedical Science degree! It’s been so hard and I’ve wanted to drop out so many times but I’m glad I didn’t and stuck it out til the end. Now comes the time for celebration 🎉 🍾🍹🍺👨🏻‍🎓
So happy to have finally finished my last exam and officially finished my Biomedical Science degree! It’s been so hard and I’ve wanted to drop out so many times but I’m glad I didn’t and stuck it out til the end. Now comes the time for celebration 🎉 🍾🍹🍺👨🏻‍🎓
Shadowing an ER PA for the first time today! I've seen a lot of different specialties but I'm especially looking forward to this! 
#prepa #futurepa #emergencymedicine #CASPA #premed #biomedicalscience
Consegui concertar o título que estava errado.... 😊😊
#staphylococcus #examesbacteriologicos #microbiology #microbiologia #biomedicina #biomedicalscience #vocenostudycamila
The best team working :) transfection.. transfection ... and what is next ? ... transfection one more time.... afterwards.... transfection ;) it is vital to exclude possibility of positive false results or artefacts! 
#cancer #research #cancerresearch #oncology #biology #biomedical #biomedicine #biomedicalscience #molecular #science #scientist  #molecularbiology #molecularoncology #microscopy #phd #phdlife #researcher #medicalresearch #endocrinology #conference #scientistswhoselfie #clinical #md #mdlife #medicine #medicalresearch #hospital #medicaldoctor
The best team working :) transfection.. transfection ... and what is next ? ... transfection one more time.... afterwards.... transfection ;) it is vital to exclude possibility of positive false results or artefacts! #cancer  #research  #cancerresearch  #oncology  #biology  #biomedical  #biomedicine  #biomedicalscience  #molecular  #science  #scientist  #molecularbiology  #molecularoncology  #microscopy  #phd  #phdlife  #researcher  #medicalresearch  #endocrinology  #conference  #scientistswhoselfie  #clinical  #md  #mdlife  #medicine  #medicalresearch  #hospital  #medicaldoctor 
And this is exactly why I’m not doing an art degree 😅 #biomedicalscience #nervoussystem #notanartist #finalsweekgotmelike
🙅🏼‍♀️ #Guerradegraus: a competition between students from different Bsc Faculty programmes. Each one has a different headband colour 💛💚💙❤️🧡 #studentlife #biologiaub #biology #biotechnology #environmentalscience #biochemistry #biomedicalscience
The #histology of healthy #skin and #melanocytes, precursors of #melanoma. HE staining

Melanocytes, through an optical microscope, are light cells and are interspersed with basal cells of the epidermis. Melanocytes have clear, unstained cytoplasm due to retraction. Nuclei typically are smaller and slightly more hyperchromatic, therefore darker, than nuclei of adjacent keratinocytes, have uniform chromatin, indented nuclear contour. Melanocytes have no nucleoli

The life cycle of melanocytes begin in the neural crest. After differentiation, melanoblasts proliferate and migrate. At the target place, i.e., mainly basal epidermis, hair follicles, most squamous mucous membranes, and leptomeninges, they differentiate to the melanocytes, proliferate and mature

Melanocytes produce melanin from tyrosine and transfer it via cytocrinia to contiguous epithelial cells to protect your body from ultraviolet rays

#melanomaproject #skincancerawareness #cancer #research #cancerresearch #oncology #biology #biomedical #biomedicine #biomedicalscience #molecular #science #scientist #scicomm #molecularoncology #microscopy #researcher #medicalresearch #biomedicalscientist #instascience #microscope #medstudent #medicine #dermatology #pathology #dermatopathology
The #histology  of healthy #skin  and #melanocytes , precursors of #melanoma . HE staining Melanocytes, through an optical microscope, are light cells and are interspersed with basal cells of the epidermis. Melanocytes have clear, unstained cytoplasm due to retraction. Nuclei typically are smaller and slightly more hyperchromatic, therefore darker, than nuclei of adjacent keratinocytes, have uniform chromatin, indented nuclear contour. Melanocytes have no nucleoli The life cycle of melanocytes begin in the neural crest. After differentiation, melanoblasts proliferate and migrate. At the target place, i.e., mainly basal epidermis, hair follicles, most squamous mucous membranes, and leptomeninges, they differentiate to the melanocytes, proliferate and mature Melanocytes produce melanin from tyrosine and transfer it via cytocrinia to contiguous epithelial cells to protect your body from ultraviolet rays #melanomaproject  #skincancerawareness  #cancer  #research  #cancerresearch  #oncology  #biology  #biomedical  #biomedicine  #biomedicalscience  #molecular  #science  #scientist  #scicomm  #molecularoncology  #microscopy  #researcher  #medicalresearch  #biomedicalscientist  #instascience  #microscope  #medstudent  #medicine  #dermatology  #pathology  #dermatopathology 
Re-upload.  Gambar baru dihantar ni lebih terang. Tadi pecah. .
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End of Year 2✅ .
#roadtoyear3
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#genuineexpert6
Fancy a coffee ☕️ in one of these? Caffeine spelled out using a Sanger DNA sequence chromatogram and the genetic code. For all the nerdy 🤓 coffee lovers out there!
Fancy a coffee ☕️ in one of these? Caffeine spelled out using a Sanger DNA sequence chromatogram and the genetic code. For all the nerdy 🤓 coffee lovers out there!
@usf__alumni  @usfcollege!!!! Looking forward to the Outstanding YOUNG Alumni Awards!  #LifetimeMember #ImABull #BioMedicalScience #IUsedThatDegree #JamaicanGirl
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My favourite people ❤️ we did it girls 💚 that's three years of uni done. Next stop: hopefully graduation haha. I'm so proud of you girls and hope the future brings you everything ya'll want. Xxxxxxxx #UniversityofWestminster #biomedicalscience #party #finalyear #mygirls #university
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I chose Biomedical Technology as my course of study in the University definitely because of my concern for health and the rapid growth of technology, I want to witness it all,
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I wanna be responsible primarily for applying and implementing medical technology to optimize healthcare delivery and at the same time wanna be responsible for applying and implementing codes to optimize human existence .
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All I need is FOCUS, The microscope was a clear illustrator, without Focus, Vision would obviously be blurry and with blurry vision comes false results... (Morning Meditation) 
#medicalcoder #life #focus #inspiration #inspire #human #biomedicalengineering #biomedicalscience #girly #microscope #vision #visit #m #cody #technology #tech #optimize #growth #results
F O C U S . . I chose Biomedical Technology as my course of study in the University definitely because of my concern for health and the rapid growth of technology, I want to witness it all, . . I wanna be responsible primarily for applying and implementing medical technology to optimize healthcare delivery and at the same time wanna be responsible for applying and implementing codes to optimize human existence . . All I need is FOCUS, The microscope was a clear illustrator, without Focus, Vision would obviously be blurry and with blurry vision comes false results... (Morning Meditation) #medicalcoder  #life  #focus  #inspiration  #inspire  #human  #biomedicalengineering  #biomedicalscience  #girly  #microscope  #vision  #visit  #m  #cody  #technology  #tech  #optimize  #growth  #results 
More sneak previews, untitled [details x 3] from 1 piece in an in-progress series of #abstract works exploring notions of the #mythical “#underworld” using predominantly red, black and white, connecting the darkness of the unknown to the personal and intimate, including blood, the body, sex and disease. Inspired by #sciencephotography #cellularbiology and #biomedicalscience imaging amongst other influences. Unlike much of my abstract work which include multiple photos and layers, this body of work uses a unique source image for each final artwork but the same coding applied across the series: from one algorithm comes infinite possible images. 
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#artistsoninstagram #abstractart #photography #digitalart #codingartist #algorithmicart #digitalartist #fineart #surreal #scientificart #molecularimaging 
#digitalart #abstract #digitalabstract #multimediaart #abstractphotography #photography #abstractfineart #digitalfineart
#artist #inspirationiseverywhere #usewhatyouhave #lowtechfineart #beautyfromtragedy #arttherapy #artheals
More sneak previews, untitled [details x 3] from 1 piece in an in-progress series of #abstract  works exploring notions of the #mythical  “#underworld ” using predominantly red, black and white, connecting the darkness of the unknown to the personal and intimate, including blood, the body, sex and disease. Inspired by #sciencephotography  #cellularbiology  and #biomedicalscience  imaging amongst other influences. Unlike much of my abstract work which include multiple photos and layers, this body of work uses a unique source image for each final artwork but the same coding applied across the series: from one algorithm comes infinite possible images. o ©️Jonathon Goodfellow 2018 o #artistsoninstagram  #abstractart  #photography  #digitalart  #codingartist  #algorithmicart  #digitalartist  #fineart  #surreal  #scientificart  #molecularimaging  #digitalart  #abstract  #digitalabstract  #multimediaart  #abstractphotography  #photography  #abstractfineart  #digitalfineart  #artist  #inspirationiseverywhere  #usewhatyouhave  #lowtechfineart  #beautyfromtragedy  #arttherapy  #artheals 
Dear future husband,
You better study hard 'cause your girl's struggling here..🙈🤓📚
#semesterblues #procastinating #biomedicalscience #oorit
Truth is that you either can walk blindly or you can open your eyes and see beauty at every corner 💚 the choice is yours! To keep your eyes wide shut ! Though the loss will be all yours too! #thisiscambridge #biomedicalscience #flowers #spring #ukpotd #cambridge
SJ Ep. 4 - Quality and Quantity

There's always been a debate about quality over quantity or the other way around, but with DNA, RNA and proteins, it's a matter of both. You want your product to be of a good quality and if a good quantity. Too diluted and it's hard to re-concentrate it. And too low of a quality might mean that your experiments would have problems.

Let's take for an example a plasmid DNA, like the one in the picture (DAB2), it had a strong concentration (yeah despite its unit being in nanograms per microlitre, but for our experiments, that concentration is pretty damn good). So that's the quantity, which loosely means that in 1 microlitre of the solution, we've got 1706 nanograms of the plasmid, which is a lot. 
Then comes the quality aspect, which is focused on the 2 ratios of A260/280 and A260/230 and their units are in nanometer which we use to measure UV absorbance. The A260/280 ratio should be between 1.7-2.0 to indicate it is pure from other contaminants which would reduce its quality. The A260/230 ratio helps to evaluate level of salt carryover which could affect downstream experiments. Hence the lower the ratio, and the higher the value (preferably above 1.5), the better. And of course, there's the beautiful curve, which is a standard curve you'd expect to see when measuring your DNA concentration.

#science #educational #informative #bacteria #lab #laboratory #molecularbiology #biology #biomedicalscience #biomed #quality #quantity #potd #vsco #vscocam #igers #research #life #DNA #plasmid #uvspectrophotometer #ratio #uv #absorbance
SJ Ep. 4 - Quality and Quantity There's always been a debate about quality over quantity or the other way around, but with DNA, RNA and proteins, it's a matter of both. You want your product to be of a good quality and if a good quantity. Too diluted and it's hard to re-concentrate it. And too low of a quality might mean that your experiments would have problems. Let's take for an example a plasmid DNA, like the one in the picture (DAB2), it had a strong concentration (yeah despite its unit being in nanograms per microlitre, but for our experiments, that concentration is pretty damn good). So that's the quantity, which loosely means that in 1 microlitre of the solution, we've got 1706 nanograms of the plasmid, which is a lot. Then comes the quality aspect, which is focused on the 2 ratios of A260/280 and A260/230 and their units are in nanometer which we use to measure UV absorbance. The A260/280 ratio should be between 1.7-2.0 to indicate it is pure from other contaminants which would reduce its quality. The A260/230 ratio helps to evaluate level of salt carryover which could affect downstream experiments. Hence the lower the ratio, and the higher the value (preferably above 1.5), the better. And of course, there's the beautiful curve, which is a standard curve you'd expect to see when measuring your DNA concentration. #science  #educational  #informative  #bacteria  #lab  #laboratory  #molecularbiology  #biology  #biomedicalscience  #biomed  #quality  #quantity  #potd  #vsco  #vscocam  #igers  #research  #life  #DNA  #plasmid  #uvspectrophotometer  #ratio  #uv  #absorbance 
“Set wide the window. Let me drink the day.” Wishing you all a happy Friday 😀 “Architecture as beauty, beauty as Therapy” Champalimaud Foundation , Belem Lisbon - biomedical research foundation. The site, where the river meets the Atlantic Ocean, is steeped in history. It is the site where Henry the Navigator, Vasco de Gama and other great Portuguese left on their journeys into the unknown - a perfect metaphor for the discoveries of contemporary science! #champalimaud #foundation #biomedicalscience #research #architecture #architecturephotography #architectlovers #design #atlanticocean #window #lookingthrough #hole #wholeinthewall #vascodagama #henrythenavigator #olivetree #methaphor #scientology #charlescorrea #sony #sonya7riii #sonyphotography #sonyimages #sonyalphagang #sonyworldclub #sonyvisuals #sonyalpha #visionofpictures #swissphotoclub #sonyworldclub #sonypassion
“Set wide the window. Let me drink the day.” Wishing you all a happy Friday 😀 “Architecture as beauty, beauty as Therapy” Champalimaud Foundation , Belem Lisbon - biomedical research foundation. The site, where the river meets the Atlantic Ocean, is steeped in history. It is the site where Henry the Navigator, Vasco de Gama and other great Portuguese left on their journeys into the unknown - a perfect metaphor for the discoveries of contemporary science! #champalimaud  #foundation  #biomedicalscience  #research  #architecture  #architecturephotography  #architectlovers  #design  #atlanticocean  #window  #lookingthrough  #hole  #wholeinthewall  #vascodagama  #henrythenavigator  #olivetree  #methaphor  #scientology  #charlescorrea  #sony  #sonya7riii  #sonyphotography  #sonyimages  #sonyalphagang  #sonyworldclub  #sonyvisuals  #sonyalpha  #visionofpictures  #swissphotoclub  #sonyworldclub  #sonypassion 
You can get the Dan’s DNA designs from @spreadshirt in any colour and any style. It doesn’t have to be the classic white t-shirt, although the chromatogram shows up best on lighter coloured backgrounds. How cool is this Sanger sandwich design on a grey tank top? 😎
You can get the Dan’s DNA designs from @spreadshirt in any colour and any style. It doesn’t have to be the classic white t-shirt, although the chromatogram shows up best on lighter coloured backgrounds. How cool is this Sanger sandwich design on a grey tank top? 😎
Invasion assay by @jmtomek. Here is what he has to say about it
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Invasion assay under the microscope at the very end. It allows the assessment of the effects of overexpression or downexpression of some genes or some molecules on cells' invasiveness and migration
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Chambers have PET membrane coated by a thin layer of Matrigel, which
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The cells we see first digested the Matrigel layer and then passed through the 8 μm pores. They are fixed with methanol and stained with crystal violet
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Thank you for sharing this beautiful picture Tomek. It has enlightened us about this assay. We look forward to more pictures from you and sharing your thoughts and knowledge about melanoma tumors
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If you are interested in contributing to the page, please tag us with theaddictivebrain and DM us
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Invasion assay by @jmtomek. Here is what he has to say about it . . Invasion assay under the microscope at the very end. It allows the assessment of the effects of overexpression or downexpression of some genes or some molecules on cells' invasiveness and migration . . Chambers have PET membrane coated by a thin layer of Matrigel, which serves as a basement membrane in vitro . . The cells we see first digested the Matrigel layer and then passed through the 8 μm pores. They are fixed with methanol and stained with crystal violet . . Thank you for sharing this beautiful picture Tomek. It has enlightened us about this assay. We look forward to more pictures from you and sharing your thoughts and knowledge about melanoma tumors . . If you are interested in contributing to the page, please tag us with theaddictivebrain and DM us . . . . . #scienceoutreach  #sciencelab  #scientist  #phdstudent  #contributiontoscience  #sciencecontribution  #scientists  #scicomm  #sciencecommunication  #sciencecommunicator  #teachingscience  #teachingundergrads  #teaching  #teachingbiology  #cancer  #research  #warsaw  #warsawuniversity  #communicatetocreate  #helpscience  #medicalstudent  #medstudentlife  #medstudent  #pipetting  #pipettelife  #microrna  #melanoma  #tumors  #pituitaryadenoma  #pituitarytumor