Monthly Archives: April 2013

NSF Notification – No Cost Extension Approved

As discussed at our recent meeting, no cost extension approved for OSU. -J

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Weekly Brainerd Lab Update from Gordon

Dr. Brainerd, Here is an update of what I did in the lab this week: I went into the lab Thursday night after finding a protocol for our 488 secondary here. It recommended working with a concentration of 1 – more »

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Phone call with QSTORM Program Officer

So I spoke with Greg Warr this morning. He seemed enthusiastic about QSTORM in general. He indicated that INSPIRE choices were made by a separate committee and he actually had no input on it and could not give me any more »

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Weekly Update from Emily

From the notes before, we succeeded with 5 microliters per milliliter alpha-actinin with 10 microliters per milliliter 488 secondary antibody. Therefore, I tried it again the week before, but it didn’t work out again. I increased the concentration of the more »

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NanoDays at the Museum of Science & the official debut of “Making Molecular Movies with QSTORM”

On Saturday, April 6th, the Museum of Science hosted it’s 6th annual NanoDays event. We were so pleased to be featuring the QSTORM project at the event. We had several nano-themed research presentations, performances of the Amazing Nano Brothers Juggling more »

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Plan for next few weeks – Emily

Hi Emily, Thanks for meeting with Kris and me today. Here is the plan for the next few weeks. Goal: provide slides to Peter Kner’s lab in GA for 2 color imaging — so double-labelled muscle. The two fluorophores required more »

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Internalization and distribution of the peptide-quantum dots

Hi everyone, I picked some results to give you a main idea of what I am working on. The left figure shows the uptake efficiency of 4 different peptides, the effeciency is related to the arginine. Right figure shows the TAT-QDs internalized more »

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Plan for next few weeks – Gordon

Hi Gordon, Thanks for meeting with Kris and me today. Here is the plan for the next few weeks. Goal: Get qdot secondary from Winter Lab to work for our muscle. We shall have to switch from anti-mouse IgG to more »

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November to April Update from Gordon

November 2012-April, 2013 Our main goal in QSTORM so far has been working on our protocols for staining and slide making using immunohistochemistry. Once we have figured out a successful (and replicable) protocol, we can move on to figuring out more »

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QSTORM demo on COSI NanoDay @ Columbus

We built the QSTORM demo and presented it on COSI NanoDay (March 30, 2013). Thanks to Karine for the help with this demo! Qirui

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