video_collector's videos (72)


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Mar 11, 2009
Tuberculosis: A Persistent Threat to Global Health - Part 4: Targeting M....

All pathogens must acquire and assimilate nutrients from their hosts in order to grow and multiply -- our tissues are...

3496
Mar 11, 2009
Tuberculosis: A Persistent Threat to Global Health - Part 3: Phenotypic...

The principal obstacle to successful treatment of tuberculosis is the lengthy duration of current regimens, which...

4001
Mar 11, 2009
Tuberculosis: A Persistent Threat to Global Health - Part 2: Tools for...

Tuberculosis remains one of the most important causes of human disease and death despite the introduction of...

2888
Mar 11, 2009
The Problem of Regeneration: Part 3: Molecular Basis of Regeneration:...

In the third and last part of this lecture, I will introduce the model system we have developed to study animal...

2712
Mar 11, 2009
The Problem of Regeneration: Part 2: Principles of Planarian Regeneration...

In this second part of the lecture, I will briefly review the rich history of planarian research, followed by a...

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Mar 11, 2009
Role of the Neural Crest in Vertebrate Development and Evolution: Part 3:...

Further studies have shown that the NC cells which participate in facial skeletogenesis correspond to the...

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Mar 11, 2009
Role of the Neural Crest in Vertebrate Development and Evolution - Part 2:...

Nicole Le Douarin shares her research on the role of the neural crest in skeletal development. The Q/C (quail/chick)...

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Mar 11, 2009
The Origin of Vertebrates - Part 3: How Chordates Got Their Chord (19:09)

In Part 3: How chordates got their chord, Marc Kirschner (Harvard Medical School) discusses how the overall body plan...

3557
Mar 11, 2009
The Origin of Vertebrates - Part 2: Telling the Back from the Front or What...

In Part 2: Telling the back from the front or what the chordates invented, Marc Kirschner (Harvard Medical School)...

2347
Mar 11, 2009
What Genomes Can Tell Us About the Past by Sydney Brenner - Part 2: (42:36)

In the second part of talk, I explore other clues that suggest that genomes are not at equilibrium. Some genes appear...

3928
Mar 11, 2009
Computational Protein Design Part 2: Designing Protein Libraries and an...

In this lecture, I discuss the challenges of designing new proteins that fold into a particular structure or perform...

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Mar 11, 2009
Polyketide Biosynthesis: The Erythromycin Example - Part 3: Enzymology of...

In the final part, the enzymology of the erythromycin polyketide synthase is discussed.

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Mar 11, 2009
Polyketide Biosynthesis: The Erythromycin Example - Part 2: Impact of...

In the second part, the contributions of genetics and molecular biology on investigations into erythromycin...

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Mar 11, 2009
Genes and Cells that Determine the Lifespan of C. elegans - Part 2: The...

Once it was thought that aging was just a random and haphazard process. Instead, the rate of aging turns out to be...