Ali Kermani University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
4 protocols

Anita Umesh Illumina
4 protocols

Antoine de Morree Stanford university
36 protocols

Bin Zhang USC
2 protocols

Editor
Zinan Zhou
  • Post-Doc, Boston Children’s Hospital
Research focus
  • Developmental biology

Education

Ph.D, University of Pennsylvania, 2016

Lab information

Christopher Walsh Lab
http://www.walshlab.org

Publications

5 Protocols reviewed
Cell Synchronization by Double Thymidine Block
Authors:  Guo Chen and Xingming Deng, date: 09/05/2018, view: 19435, Q&A: 1
Cell synchronization is widely used in studying mechanisms involves in regulation of cell cycle progression. Through synchronization, cells at distinct cell cycle stage could be obtained. Thymidine is a DNA synthesis inhibitor that can arrest cell ...
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Photothrombotic Induction of Capillary Ischemia in the Mouse Cortex during in vivo Two-Photon Imaging
Authors:  Robert G. Underly and Andy Y. Shih, date: 07/05/2017, view: 6009, Q&A: 0
Photothrombosis of blood vessels refers to the activation of a circulating photosensitive dye with a green light to induce clotting in vivo (Watson et al., 1985). Previous studies have described how a focused green laser could be ...
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12 Protocols edited
Live Cell Imaging of Male Meiosis in Arabidopsis by a Landmark-based System
Live cell imaging has tremendously promoted our understanding of cellular and subcellular processes such as cell division. Here, we present a step-by-step protocol for a robust and easy-to-use live cell imaging approach to study male meiosis in the ...
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Time-lapse Imaging of Alveologenesis in Mouse Precision-cut Lung Slices
Alveoli are the gas-exchange units of lung. The process of alveolar development, alveologenesis, is regulated by a complex network of signaling pathways that act on various cell types including alveolar type I and II epithelial cells, fibroblasts ...
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