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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Picture the World with Kaleidoscope Dyes - Ep. 540

  • Aired: 01/12/2011
  • 45:37
  • Rating: TV-G
Stephen Paddock, a microscopist in the Department of Molecular Biology at UW-Madison, describes how using fluorescent dyes attached to antibodies, DNA, RNA or other molecules enables scientists to see and map their locations in cells. Recent advances in microscopy also produce strikingly beautiful images that celebrate the excitement of discovery and the power of scientific information.
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Picture the World with Kaleidoscope Dyes - Ep. 540
Picture the World with Kaleidoscope Dyes - Ep. 540
Celebrate the advances in science through microscopy with Stephen Paddock.
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