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Britt Glaunsinger (UCB, HHMI) 1: Viruses Reveal the Secrets of Biology

Hello. I’m Britt Glaunsinger. I’m a Professor of Virology at the University of California, Berkeley and an Investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. And over the next couple of lectures, I’m gonna be sharing with you why it is that viruses have been invaluable teachers of biology. Now, when most people think about viruses, […]

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Bromelain protease activity – Biology Lab Techniques

This experiment investigates the properties of bromelain, an enzyme contained in pineapples. Bromelain will break down the gelatin proteins into its amino acid components, hence preventing it from setting. Collect the fresh and canned pineapple samples from the fridge and the freezer and place them into clearly labelled Petri dishes. Cut each sample into 5 […]

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Introduction to Exercise and Physical Therapy for Inherited Neuropathies

Hi. I’m Steve O’Donnell. I’m the founder of the Therapies for Inherited Neuropathies and a board member for the Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association. I am here in Salem Oregon with my good friend Mike Studer putting together a PT video for those affected with CMT. I, like many other people, fight the symptoms of Charcot-Marie-Tooth every day. […]

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