Saturday, September 25, 2010

Supplementary Video Material Matching Chapter 10

Nelson chapter 10 is the first time I had heard of the interesting way that Listeria moves. The Julie Theriot group at Stanford has done a lot of work on the motility of Listeria and other organisms, and are experts in the field of cytoskeletal dynamics and motor proteins. They have produced many videos which are an easy way to learn some neat stuff.

First, there is a triple of YouTube videos on the organization of the Cytoskeleton:

And the Theriot Lab at Stanford hosts a heap of videos generated with their video microscopy work. The group web site is

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  1. Also, there are YouTube Videos of Mysonin/Actin motors:
    And Kinesin Motors: