Dynamics of building plans of animals from single-cell to whole-organism level (fly, zebrafish, mouse). Quantitative high-speed imaging and multiview dynamics of developing embryos. Lab website: movies, links to references.
Microbiology at the interface between fluid mechanics and microbial ecology. Video microscopy and image analysis to capture and quantify microbial behavior. Topics include: bacterial rheotaxis, phytoplakton holographic microscopy, flagella mechanics, bacterial turbulence and collective behavior, bacterial chemotaxis, biofilms. Lab website: movies, links to references.
Dynamic mechanisms used by viruses to infect cells. Topics include: Vaccinia virion movement, dynamic orthopoxvirus inclusion bodies. Lab website: movies, links to references.
Real-time visualization of transcription kinetics, mRNA transport, and degradation in cells (yeast, fly, human). Quantitative fluorescence data, mathematical modeling. Lab website: visuals, links to references.
Signaling and cytoskeleton dynamics during guided cell movement. Topics include: cancer, axon guidance. Lab website: movies, links to references.
Dynamic processes that mediate movement of membrane proteins throughout cells. Topics include: clathrin, receptor-mediated endocytosis, secretion. Lab website: movies, visuals, links to references.
Cytokinesis. Movies of cytokinesis from various organisms: E.coli, yeast, Dicty, C.elegans, sea urchin, Xenopus, Zebrafish, rat, etc. (a.k.a. havoc from the Ted Salmon lab)
Microbiology and dynamics of bacterial and fungal pathogens. Topics include: Listeria, Shigella, Salmonella, Candida. Lab website: movies, links to references.
A primary research article describing the glass-like properties of bacterial cytoplasm than can be used as a reference for modeling the dynamics of molecules in the cytoplasm.
Fibroblast migration in 3D matrix
Nice video footage of cytotoxic t-cell migration than can be used as a reference for cell migration.
The Cell – An Image Library is a repository for microscopy images and videos of eukaryotic and bacterial organelles and macromolecular structures. The images can be used as a reference to infer the 3D structure of organelles and macromolecules, and the videos can be used as reference for the dynamic movement of cellular structures.