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.

A new shape for an old function: lasting effect of a physiologic surgical restoration of the left ventricle

submitted by: makyr
Background Long-term morphofunctional outcome may vary widely in surgical anterior left ventricular wall restoration, suggesting variability in post-surgical remodeling similar to that observed following acute myocardial infarction. The aim of this pilot study was to demonstrate that surgical restoration obtained with a particular shape of endoventricular patch leads to steady morphofunctional ventricular improvement when geometry, volume and residual akinesia can be restored as...
Authors: Marco Cirillo, Andrea Amaducci, Emmanuel Villa, Margherita dalla Tomba, Federico Brunelli, Zen Mhagna, Giovanni Troise, Eugenio Quaini

Niclas Tue Hansen Pharmacogenomics

submitted by: StanfordSciVideos

A visiting graduate student at Stanford University explains his research with Professor Russ Altman.

An introduction to Mahara (with audio)

submitted by: andykirk

open source ePortfolio system, Mahara, in under five minutes.

ES4FUN 2.2 - Feedback and structural symmetries

submitted by: es4fun
ES4FUN is a Physics-driven educational project with the aim of spreading universal scientific concepts in a game context, with research high-tech and audio+video clip support Interactive video games have been implemented with LabVIEW to highlight the concepts feedback and structural symmetries. The clip has been made with the graphic material recorded during the III Workshop on Teaching Innovation in Chemistry (University of Cadiz, 23-25 June 2008), in collaboration with the UCADanza...

It’s easy to get lost on the biological superhighway. Thankfully, we brought a map.

submitted by: dabraham
Biological annotations and terms have gotten a makeover with RGD’s interactive pathway diagrams. The Rat Genome Database makes biological pathways and their components easy to navigate and analyze through this newly added diagrams feature at http://rgd.mcw.edu/wg/pathway?100 . This video will show you how to easily access, view, and gather information from these diagrams and all the great tools they offer. See our RGD website at http://rgd.mcw.edu for more information and tools for...