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Chemiluminescence experiments
 
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Painfully beautiful examples of glowing chemistry experiments. Luminol was used in three experiments with increasing amount of peroxide. At the end, the reaction mixture was blown out of the bulb. Cyalume light sticks were opened and used in a variety of experiments. The sticks include hydrogen peroxide, diphenyl oxalate, and a dye. Yellow-green color light was obtained with a 1-chloro-9,10-bis(phenylethynyl)anthracene as a dye. Red color was obtained by Rhodamine B. Blue color was obtained by 9,10-diphenylanthracene. Orange color was obtained by 5,12-bis(phenylethynyl) naphthacene. Finally, a common glow-worm was filmed in nature. The yellow-green color of the glow-worm was caused by the oxidation of luciferin. This is one experiment from a larger video collection available at: http://www.chemicum.com/chemistry-videos quimiluminescência quimioluminiscencia 化學發光 Chemilumineszenz chimiluminescence chemiluminescence хемолюминесценция kemoluminesents jaaniussi helendamine
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simple and easy FRET tutorial, get higher grade in exam.
 
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Simple and easy Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer tutorial. These videos use visual learning technique, which are compilation of knowledge that already exists all over the internet, I compiled them so the viewers can save their time watching these. Please watch all my learning videos: https://youtu.be/4lF-qUuuTJw https://youtu.be/w77ccDsTW4U https://youtu.be/3kiKyOmjwqk https://youtu.be/rAm2l6T9PmA https://youtu.be/tmKhhFP-5kc https://youtu.be/ihYwwWSFReA https://youtu.be/0zGDMxYb5pM https://youtu.be/L6Nod6A_-MA https://youtu.be/ljRU7MhqB50 https://youtu.be/hGknjo4ZlxQ https://youtu.be/aOMimS72w04 https://youtu.be/8rs9IxLzVN4 https://youtu.be/BPQyBr0Aa28 https://youtu.be/nZTnRZ6lINM https://youtu.be/Vxf_mvh2-DE https://youtu.be/W1DlLx_SEOY https://youtu.be/UZvoARycXfk https://youtu.be/BBl2BNLT0Fg https://youtu.be/5PQwxNFUl2s https://youtu.be/TsAPtZOZX8c
FRET - Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer - Dr Othon Gervasio - 3D Scientific Animation
 
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This animation shows how FRET occurs, based on cells transfected with plasmids encoding fluorescent tagged proteins. CFP and YFP were used as donor and acceptor respectively.
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Chemiluminescence: How Glow Sticks Work -- Bytesize Science
 
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Listen up all you ravers out there! Our latest episode breaks down the chemistry behind everybody's favorite party favor, the glow stick. Chemiluminescence is at the heart of how glow sticks (as well as fireflies) give off their otherworldly light. When scientists first tried to make their own glowing material in the 1960s, they realized they needed two components. The first is a molecule that lights up when excited, and the second is an energy source to excite the first molecule. To think of it another way, dancers are needed to "light up" a party and a DJ is needed to kick start the dancing. In a glow stick, the dancer is called oxalate ester and the DJ is hydrogen peroxide. But that's not all the chemistry involved -- every unique glow stick color requires a different glowing molecule. Produced by the American Chemical Society
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Chemiluminescence theory and principle
 
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Subject:Analytical Chemistry/Instrumentation Paper: Atomic spectroscopy
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Liquid Light - Chemical Reaction with Luminol
 
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Hello everyone, today we will conduct a very interesting experiment with an interesting substance called luminol. This substance will emit light under certain conditions. So to begin, let’s prepare a solution of luminol. For that let’s scale about 0.2 gram of luminol in a large glass, furthermore adding there 12 g of baking soda and half a gram of copper sulfate. Next, pour half a liter of water to our mixture. Then, add a small amount of ammonia solution and a few drops of sodium hydroxide solution. Luminol dissolves much better in an alkaline solution. After that, mix it up, so that everything dissolves well. And here we have prepared our first solution. Next, let’s take another beaker and add there about 5 milliliters of thirty percent hydrogen peroxide, and dilute the entire volume of the solution to half a liter. And here we have prepared both solutions. Now we will conduct the reaction itself. Take 50 ml of each solution. Turn off the lights and merge them together. As you can see, a very beautiful glow occurs. Luminol emits light for a few seconds. After that the glow begins to fade gradually. This is the basic drawback of luminol. In fact, to achieve a longer lasting glow it needs new materials to be added constantly. Light emission occurs because luminol is oxidized by hydrogen peroxide, and the resulting new substance creates a photon, which is a particle of light. Also, for a more effective reaction, I have prepared such an interesting system. I will pour both solutions on top of the funnel, they will mix in a tube and we will see a very nice glowing effect in motion. There is another method of the luminescence of luminol. To do it, I took a two-tenths of a gram of luminol and dissolved it in a one percent alkali solution. Also, I have added about 10 milliliters of thirty percent hydrogen peroxide to the solution. To start the glowing reaction, I just add a catalyst, either red blood salt or potassium ferrocyanide. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thoisoi2 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Thoisoi?ty=h Music: http://audiomicro.com
Chemiluminescence and Bioluminescence
 
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Subject:Biophysics Paper: Techniques Used in Molecular Biophysics II (Based on Spectroscopy)
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Chemiluminescence
 
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Science Experiments for school students
What is GFP?
 
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GFP is a small protein taken from a jellyfish that has become essential to biomedical research by helping scientists label proteins in a cell with a fluorescent tag. Here we explain a bit more about what GFP is, and what kinds of other fluorescent proteins are out there. References: - Shaner et al. Nature Methods 2005 - Campbell et al. PNAS 2002 - Ehrenberg - Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2008 Advanced Information (https://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/2008/advanced.html)
Affinity Chromatography Part B
 
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Subject:Biochemistry Paper: Biochemcial techniques
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ELISA Tutorial 3: Preparing and Adding Samples to the ELISA Plate
 
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In this video, we illustrate how one can arrange and add samples and protein standards to an ELISA plate. It also provides some suggestions on how to make the process a little easier and points out some common mistakes that should be avoided. Our ELISA tutorials are kindly sponsored by Calbiotech. Click here to see Calbiotech's ELISA kits: http://protocol-place.com/Calbiotech This video and other protocols can be found at our website, the "Protocol Place" - http://protocol-place.com/ A full ELISA protocol can be found at http://protocol-place.com/assays/sandwich-elisa-protocol/ This video is a part of our ELISA Tutorial Series. Here are all of the videos in this series: ELISA Tutorial 1: Understand How an ELISA Works - http://youtu.be/nNjlBCnpGZ4 ELISA Tutorial 2: Coating and Blocking the ELISA Plate - http://youtu.be/AmG7FBolfdc ELISA Tutorial 3: Preparing and Adding Samples to the ELISA Plate - http://youtu.be/darrx6F0wsg ELISA Tutorial 4: Finishing the Assay (Sandwich ELISA) - http://youtu.be/zI4khIJhCd8 ELISA Tutorial 5: Preparing ELISA Data in Excel for Analysis with GraphPad Prism - http://youtu.be/l9tO81ZCeRg ELISA Tutorial 6: How to Analyze ELISA Data with GraphPad Prism - http://youtu.be/5IqqpKSnXfI Competitive ELISA Tutorial 1: How a Competitive ELISA Works - http://youtu.be/Kb26nQVMHds Competitive ELISA Tutorial 2: How to Use Calbiotech's Competitive ELISA Kits - http://youtu.be/3E_U_4Z2dUc Competitive ELISA Tutorial 3: Analyzing Typical ELISA Data in Excel - http://youtu.be/s2t0jiWxiDI We hope you enjoy watching and benefit from our tutorials. If so, please take a minute to "like," or better yet, share them with others! Thanks for watching! Youssef Farhat Protocol Place: http://protocol-place.com ***Check out some of our other tutorials via the links below*** Competitive ELISA Tutorials - - - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kb26nQVMHds&list=PLR4wfoQ4HbymisBtft-i-QTsyRDMFymC3 ELISA Tutorials - - - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNjlBCnpGZ4&list=PLR4wfoQ4HbynbS01zeuBV-awsOAxDPhYO Gelatin Zymography Tutorials - - - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MF2sWQSaBWg&list=PLR4wfoQ4Hbykrj7rxk6i5jzkjtvTtZUVx
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Ostracods Bioluminescence
 
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Remembering Roger Tsien
 
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Turning Jellyfish And Colors Into A Nobel Prize A COLOR REVOLUTION IN BIOCHEMISTRY Roger Tsien was the UCSD biochemist who won the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, along with Osamu Shimomura and Martin Chalfie. In the 1960’s, Shimomura discovered GFP, green fluorescent protein, in a Puget Sound jellyfish. In the 1990’s, Chalfie figured out how to infuse GFP into other animals and then Tsien refined GFP and developed color variants that could be inserted into cells and genes. The fluorescence that was created permits scientists to study the cellular mechanisms and genetic activity involved in biologic reactions. This, in turn, allows the study of disease mechanisms in conditions such as HIV and cancer. Dr. Tsien’s work has implications in many fields of medicine, genetics, and neurobiology. Roger Yonchien Tsien (Chinese: 錢永健; February 1, 1952 – August 24, 2016) was an American biochemist. He was a professor of chemistry and biochemistry at the University of California, San Diego[8] and was awarded the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery and development of the green fluorescent protein, in collaboration with organic chemist Osamu Shimomura and neurobiologist Martin Chalfie.[9][10][11] Tsien was also a pioneer of calcium imaging Following his Ph.D., Tsien was a Research Fellow at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge from 1977 to 1981.[19] He was appointed to the faculty at the University of California, Berkeley, from 1982 to 1989. Since 1989, he has been working at the University of California, San Diego, as Professor of Pharmacology and Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry,[8] and an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.[20][21] Tsien contributed to the fields of cell biology and neurobiology by discovering genetically programmable fluorescent tags, thereby allowing scientists to watch the behavior of molecules in living cells in real time. He also developed fluorescent indicators of calcium ions and other ions important in biological processes. In 2004, Tsien was awarded the Wolf Prize in Medicine "for his seminal contribution to the design and biological application of novel fluorescent and photolabile molecules to analyze and perturb cell signal transduction."[22] In 2008, Tsien shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Osamu Shimomura and Martin Chalfie for "the green fluorescent protein: discovery, expression and development."[9][23] The multicolored fluorescent proteins developed in Tsien's lab are used by scientists to track where and when certain genes are expressed in cells or in whole organisms. Typically, the gene coding for a protein of interest is fused with the gene for a fluorescent protein, which causes the protein of interest to glow inside the cell when the cell is irradiated with ultraviolet light and allows microscopists to track its location in real time. This is such a popular technique that it has added a new dimension to the fields of molecular biology, cell biology, and biochemistry.[24] Since the discovery of the wild type GFP, numerous different mutants of GFP have been engineered and tested.[25] The first significant leap forward was a single point mutation (S65T) reported by Tsien in 1995 in Nature.[26] This mutation dramatically improved the fluorescent (both intensity and photostability) and spectral characteristics of GFP. A shift of the major excitation peak to 488 nm with the emission peak staying at 509 nm thus can be clearly observed, which matched very well the spectral characteristics of commonly available FITC facilities. All these then largely amplified the practicality of using GFP by scientists in their research. Tsien mainly contributed to much of our understanding of how GFP works and for developing new techniques and mutants of GFP.
Figure 5.34 Using a CAT Reporter Gene
 
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This video describes how you would make a promoter fusion and use a CAT reporter to monitor promoter activity. Also includes a specific real example of the army moth p10 promoter. Shows that the promoter required an enhancer too and that the enhancer could be moved. This is figure 5.34 in Robert Weaver's Molecular Biology, 5th edition book. It was made for MCDB 427, a molecular biology course at the University of Michigan.
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Velocity of a Bullet - Christmas Lectures with RV Jones
 
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RV Jones demonstrates a way to measure the speed of an air rifle pellet with a method similar to one that has been used to measure the speed of molecules – and even the speed of light. Subscribe for regular science videos: http://bit.ly/RiSubscRibe Watch the full lecture: http://www.rigb.org/christmas-lectures/watch/1981/from-magna-carta-to-microchip/the-measurement-of-time?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_term=description RV Jones gave the 1981 Christmas Lectures "From Magna Carta to Microchip" which explores what measurement is, the principles by which measurements can be made, and why their applications have been of so much importance in the advance of science and in the development of technology In his second lecture, RV Jones focuses on the measurement of time and the evolution of man made time keepers. Watch the full series: http://www.rigb.org/christmas-lectures/watch/1981/from-magna-carta-to-microchip?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_term=description The Ri is on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ri_science and Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/royalinstitution and Tumblr: http://ri-science.tumblr.com/ Our editorial policy: http://www.rigb.org/home/editorial-policy Subscribe for the latest science videos: http://bit.ly/RiNewsletter
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Laboratory procedures and good laboratory practices
 
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Subject:Analytical Chemistry/Instrumentation Paper: Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry
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TBP and reporter gene
 
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Cardinalfish Vs Ostracods
 
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What is FRET (Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer)
 
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FRET (Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer) || Molecular Biology Technique to study molecular interactions. Source: http://microscopy.berkeley.edu/courses/TLM/fluor_techniques/fret.html Hussain, S.A., 2009. An introduction to fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET). arXiv preprint arXiv:0908.1815. https://cam.facilities.northwestern.edu/588-2/fluorescence-resonance-energy-transfer/ XploreBio Research/Audio/Video/Editing by- Dr. Abhishek Bhandawat
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What Is A Chemiluminescent Reaction?
 
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Base removes the nitrogen protons leaving a negative charge which moves onto chemiluminescence is conversion of chemical energy into emission visible light (luminescence) as result an oxidation or hydrolysis reaction. Chemiluminescence the blue glow galileo university of virginia. Chemiluminescenct magnetic immunoassay (clia) is described what chemiluminescence? Chemiluminescence the generation of electromagnetic radiation as light by release energy from a chemical reaction chemiluminescence occurs when chem ical produces an electronically excited species which emits on its return to ground state oct 14, 2009 type 'singlet oxygen chemiluminescence' into google for more info. Chemiluminescence? What is chemiluminescence? Chemistry and light. Chemiluminescent reactions produce unstable products, which then dec 22, 2016 chemiluminescence examples and are given. Wikipedia wiki chemiluminescence url? Q webcache. A sensible mechanism of the reaction is as follows. Warning this reaction will produce highly toxic chlorine gas, do sep 15, 2013 paper provides a general review on principle of chemiluminescent reactions and their recent applications in drug analysis. Nitric oxide (no) when two molecules react chemically so that there is a release of energy (an exothermic reaction), sometimes manifests itself not as heat but light apr 20, 2012. Two chemicals react to form an excited (high energy) intermediate, which breaks down releasing some of its energy as photons light (see glossary for all terms in bold) reach ground state figure 1, below) chemiluminescence. Chemiluminescence? Chemiluminescence wikipedia en. The chemiluminescence of luminol home university bristolsciencedirect topics. The chemiluminescence of luminol and bis(2,4,6 trichlorphenyl)oxalate (tcpo) its reaction with the intermediate produces excited state product which one example a common chemiluminescent is flame, where between fuel an oxidant produce products that emit light definition, (in chemical reactions) emission by atom or molecule in. A light stick emits by chemiluminescence may 25, 2011 is the production of from a chemical reaction. Chemiluminescence chemistry encyclopedia structure, reaction chemiluminescent youtubechemiluminescence definitions and primerdefine chemiluminescence at dictionary. See more 2003 virginia solsps. Chemiluminescence differs from fluorescence or phosphorescence in that the electronic excited state is product of a chemical reaction rather than absorption photon. Chemiluminescence is the emission of cold light as a result chemical reaction. In a chemiluminescent reaction, reactive intermediates put together then, chemiluminescence means giving off light via chemical reaction. What is chemiluminescence? Scientific americancauses of color webexhibitslumigenhow to make a chemiluminescent reaction with home chemicals chemiluminescence reaction, principle and what. The structural one of the most studied reactions in this category is reaction of. Googleusercont
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Biochemical Assays
 
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Biochemical assays involve the quantification of specific biochemicals or the monitoring of specific biochemical reactions in a cell. The image here is of a mouse embryo in which the lacZ protein is produced in developing cells of the spinal cord. LacZ is one of the biochemical reactions that can be easily monitored using one of these assays. The compound Xgal will turn blue in its presence allowing the staining of cells that express it.
Chemiluminescence Meaning
 
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Video is created with the help of wikipedia, if you are looking for accurate, professional translation services and efficient localization you can use Universal Translation Services https://www.universal-translation-services.com?ap_id=ViragGNG Video shows what chemiluminescence means. The emission of light as the result of a chemical reaction.. chemiluminescence synonyms: chemoluminescence. Chemiluminescence Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say chemiluminescence. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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Gene Guns & Bioluminescent Plasmids
 
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An example of what students do during Project Weeks at The Putney School. More at www.putneyschool.org/projectweeks Leet '15 & Henry '15 December, 2014
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Atolla Jellyfish
 
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Bioluminescent creatures
 
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La Proteina Verde Fluorescente / Green Fluorescent Protein
 
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Premio Nobel de Química del 2008 a Martin Chalfie, Osamu Shimomura y Roger Y. Tsien por su descubrimiento de la Proteina Verde Fluorecente o Green Fluorescent Protein. Este es un Proyecto de química para la Fundacion Colegio Clara Casas Morales, creado por Ana María Ronderos, Natalia Patiño, Maria Camila Gonzalez, Adriana Villegas y María Clara Largacha, con la ayuda de Juan Guillermo Calderón y Andres Villegas
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Gator4D - Detects target bacteria in minutes, Australian Time-Gated Luminescence Solution
 
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The Gator4d is a Quantum leap for Fluorescence Microscopy. Hospitals and labs will no longer need to culture samples to find bacterium with this new device that suppresses Auto Fluorescence using Time-Gated Luminescence techniques. Tuberculosis Detection in minutes
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Dioxin Biosensor Start Up Chile
 
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Dioxin biosensor developed by Biotic Solutions.
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Nobel laureates 2008
 
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Nobel PrizeWinners (2008) Françoise Barré-Sinoussi Physiology or Medicine Martti Ahtisaari Peace Prize Yoichiro Nambu Physics Toshihide Maskawa Physics Luc Montagnier Physiology or Medicine Harald zur Hausen Physiology or Medicine Osamu Shimomura Chemistry Roger Y. Tsien Chemistry Paul Krugman Economic Sciences Martin Chalfie Chemistry Makoto Kobayashi Physics J. M. G. Le Clézio Literature
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Electrochemiluminescence (ECL) Corannulene
 
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Electrochemiluminescence (ECL) from corannulene.
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Under the Friday Harbor Docks, a Nobel Prize Winning Jellyfish
 
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Aequorea Victoria, that's the name of this graceful animal. A lovely jellyfish that won the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Friday Harbor Research Lab scientist Osamu Shimomura and his colleagues.
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WRAP 2 Americans, Japanese win Nobel chemistry prize; ADDS more winner reax
 
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SHOTLIST AP Television Stockholm, Sweden 1. Close of sign on building (Swedish): "Swedish Royal Swedish Academy of Science" (RSAS) 2. Camera crews 3. Members of Academy entering news conference 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Professor Gunnar Oquist, Permanent Secretary of the RSAS: "The Royal Swedish Academy of Science has decided to award the Nobel prize in Chemistry for the year 2008, jointly to Professor Martin Chalfie, Columbia University in New York, Professor Osamu Shimomura, Woods Hole Institute of Oceanography, Woods Hole and Professor Roger Tsien, University of California, San Diego. And the Academy citation runs: For the discovery and development of the green fluorescent protein, GFP." AP Television New York 5. Martin Chalfie, joint winner of Nobel Prize in chemistry, walking down street with dog 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Martin Chalfie, American scientist and Nobel Prize winner in chemistry: "In a sense, one hopes about this. You have people over the years that say that the work that you've done is something that they would consider that you might get awarded for, you sort of start to say, well, I wonder if they're right, and so you don't think about it, it's not something out of the blue. But you never know if it's going to come or when it's going to come, so it's always a big surprise when it actually happens." 7. Chalfie and daughter holding pet dog posing for photographs 8. More of Chalfie walking along street with dog AP Photos - No Access Canada/Japan/Sweden/For Broadcast use only - Strictly No Access Online or Mobile FILE: Date and location unknown 9. STILL of Roger Tsien, joint winner of Nobel Prize in chemistry AP Photos- No Access Canada/For Broadcast use only - Strictly No Access Online or Mobile Falmouth, Massachusetts 10. STILL Osamu Shimomura, joint winner of Nobel Prize in chemistry AP Television Woods Hole, Massachusetts 11. Wide of Osamu Shimomura being officially congratulated by colleagues 12. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) Osamu Shimomura, Nobel Prize winner: "This morning, I had a call at 5am while I was still in deep sleep. My wife answered first and she told it was from Stockholm. At that moment, I think she knew already. I knew that, I always knew that. When I heard that chemistry was awarded to me. I was very, very surprised because I had not expected to receive a chemistry award." AP Photos - No Access Canada/Japan/Sweden/For Broadcast use only - Strictly No Access Online or Mobile FILE: Date and location unknown 13. STILL of Shimomura (in laboratory) STORYLINE: Two Americans and a US-based Japanese scientist won the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for discovering and developing a glowing jellyfish protein that revolutionised the ability to study disease and normal development in living organisms. Japan's Osamu Shimomura and Americans Martin Chalfie and Roger Tsien shared the prize for their work on green fluorescent protein, or GFP, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. Researchers worldwide now use GFP to track such processes as the development of brain cells, the growth of tumours and the spread of cancer cells. It has let them study nerve cell damage from Alzheimer's disease and see how insulin-producing beta cells arise in the pancreas of a growing embryo, for example. The academy compared the impact of GFP on science to the invention of the microscope. In an interview in New York, American winner Martin Chalfie expressed his surprise, and said he slept through the Nobel committee's phone calls early on Wednesday, only finding out about the prize when he checked the Nobel Web site to see who had won. Chalfie showed that the GFP gene could make individual nerve cells in a tiny worm glow bright green. "I think she knew already," he said. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/babc0d65359fbf7aa029eec923cea064 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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FRET
 
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Model showing FRET phenomenon in Biological Fluorophores
Views: 532 Shourjya Sanyal

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