Our DIC TIR microscope with microinjector.
Here's a movie of the TIRFM with a beads slide (used for calibration).
An outreach video made by Burroughs Wellcome Fund to explain our research to middle school students.
Part 2 of the Burroughs Wellcome video.
and a different edit of the Burroughs Wellcome video.
Our Spectrophotometer still runs in Windows version 3.1. When we finish with it, we will denote it to a museum somewhere.
We use NAP-5 and CL4B gel filtration columns to purify our samples.
Martha, Sam and Helen stopped by.
Sam and Ruoyi discussed experiments.
Trippy
Photobleaching of virus in a pipet tip. Keith came up with this idea.
Gels are ready to be dried and photographed.
In our chemical room we have digital scales as well as an old fashioned double scale for balancing our centrifuge tubes.
This is the neat side of the lab.
Hereís our HPLC in the hall and a can see the not so neat side of the lab if you look through the door.
Weninger group has plenty of office space with room for new graduate students.
Brandon makes use of the labís designated smoking area, conveniently located a min. of 25 feet from the building.
OH yeah, Brandon and Laura graduated some time ago. We took pictures.
and had cake.
John looks hungry.
A snapshot of the group at one moment in time.
A Mini-reunion of group members at the Feb 2014 Biophysical Socity in San Francisco.
Another shot of the Mini-reunion of group members at the Feb 2014 Biophysical Socity in San Francisco.
Group outing (with families) to a Railhawks game (Fall 2015).
Group members reunite at 2017 Biophysical Society Meeting in New Orleans.
Sharonda Poster at 2017 Biophysical Society Meeting in New Orleans.
Keith and Mark at 2017 Biophysical Society Meeting in New Orleans.
People interested in FRET go to dinner at 2017 Biophysical Society Meeting in New Orleans.

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