Galapagos Penguins

submitted by: Vegas51

Galapagos Penguins near Bartolomé, a volcanic islet off the eastern coast of Santiago Island. This was filmed by me on July 11th, 2008 while snorkeling.

Gene Wiki -- Editing demo

submitted by: asu

This video describes the Gene Wiki, an informal collection of gene articles in the online encyclopedia Wikipedia. The goal of the Gene Wiki is to apply the concept of community intelligence to gene annotation. This video will provide a practical guide for biologists who want to edit their favorite gene in the Gene Wiki. Note that elsewhere on the Scivee website is a pubcast which describes the analyses and methods in this paper in PLoS Biology in more detail.

Dendrites of rod bipolar cells sprout in normal aging retina

submitted by: Liets
The aging nervous system is known to manifest a variety of degenerative and regressive events. Here we report the unexpected growth of dendrites in the retinas of normal old mice. The dendrites of many rod bipolar cells in aging mice were observed to extend well beyond their normal strata within the outer plexiform layer to innervate the outer nuclear layer where they appeared to form contacts with the spherules of rod photoreceptors. Such dendritic sprouting increased with age and was...
Authors: Lauren c. Liets, Kasra Eliasieh, Deborah a. van der List, Leo m. Chalupa

GP-GRID video 1: Genetic Programming with ECJ

submitted by: lciuffo

EELA-2 application demo
http://applications.eu-eela.eu/application_details.php?ID=24
Authors:Francisco Fernández de Vega and Daniel Lombraña González

Finding polymorphic Rat SNPs using RGD's SNPlotyper tool

submitted by: simont

This screencast shows how to identify polymorphic SNPs between different rat strains using RGD's SNPlotyper tool and the STAR consortium SNP genotype dataset. SNPlotyper is available at the Rat Genome Database (http://rgd.mcw.edu) and contains SNP genotype data produced by the european STAR consortium (http://www.snp-star.eu/)

When it Comes to the Rat Genome, Bigger is Better

submitted by: dabraham
The rat genome comes to life through the use of the Gviewer tool. This video will show you how to use this helpful tool within the RGD website at http://rgd.mcw.edu/ . Genes, QTLs, and species syntenies of interest can all be visualized with ease as the Gviewer zooms in and navigates through the rat genome with a few clicks. See our website at http://rgd.mcw.edu/ for more tools for rat researchers.