Month: October 2018

Micro Four-Thirds is DEAD (Picture This! Podcast)

Many photographers love the Micro Four-thirds mount for its small size and big feature set… But increasingly, full-frame mirrorless cameras are a similar size and produce undeniably superior results. With Canon and Nikon joining Sony in the full-frame mirrorless market, and Fuji creating value-oriented APS-C cameras, I think it’s inevitable that those lens mounts will …

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Digital motion picture camera CineAlta VENICE / Stories / Sony Design / Sony

How co-creation unlocked the future of cinema Boldly ushering film cinematography into the next generation, the VENICE—Sony’s latest cinema camera—boasts a brand-new, 36×24-mm Full-Frame sensor and completely redefines the palette of visual expression.The high-performance camera, already making an impact on Hollywood and a variety of other scenes, grew out of a co-creation initiative with actual …

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MONENSIN SENSITIVITY1 (MON1)/CALCIUM CAFFEINE ZINC SENSITIVITY1 (CCZ1)

Programmed cell death (PCD)-triggered degradation of plant tapetum is essential for microspore development and pollen coat formation; however, little is known about the cellular mechanism regulating tapetal PCD Here, we demonstrate that Rab7-mediated vacuolar transport of tapetum degradation-related cysteine proteases is crucial for tapetal PCD and pollen development in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana), with the following …

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Live Cell Isolation by Laser Microdissection

Laser microdissection is a tool for the isolation of homogenous cell populations from their native niches in tissues to downstream molecular assays. Beside its routine use for fixed tissue sections, laser microdissection may be applied for live cell isolation.Unlike other well-established and widely used techniques for live cell isolation and single cell cloning—such as FACS, …

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High Resolution Array Tomography with Automated Serial Sectioning

Array tomography Array tomography (AT) is a 3D image reconstruction technique for biological specimens. It involves the imaging of ordered arrays of ultrathin serial sections with scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and enables high resolution, quantitative analysis of biological structures. AT offers higher spatial resolution than conventional confocal microscopy. The method can reveal additional information of …

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