Molecular Probes Cell Imaging Guide with Protocols

This mobile app is designed to help you find fluorescent dyes, reagents and protocols for cell biology related fluorescence microscopy applications. 

Molecular Probes mobile app is great for:

• Selecting science protocols for labeling organelles and cellular structures such as: Golgi, mitochondria, nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, plasma membrane, actin, tubulin, peroxisomes, autophagasomes, endosomes and lysosomes without Spectraviewer.

• Finding Alexa Fluor® labeled mouse, goat and rabbit secondary antibodies for immunocytochemistry and immunohistochemistry applications on Zeiss, Leica, Olympus and Nikon microscope systems.

• Choosing calcium ion indicators, cell health assays, fluorophores and pH dyes for neuroscience, neurobiology and cancer research.

• Discovering which Invitrogen, Gibco or Ambion cell health, cell culture, or reactive dye kits are best for benchtop cytometry, tissue staining, or biotin streptavidin conjugation for microscopic labeling and detection.

• Remote access to troubleshoot issues of: photobleaching, background fluorescence, and autofluorescence using signal enhancers, signal amplification, phalloidin conjugates, and click chemistry.

Learn about the science and techniques used to identify different types of bacteria based on their DNA sequences. Not long ago, DNA sequencing was a time-consuming, tedious process. With readily available commercial equipment and kits, it is now routine. The techniques used in this lab are applicable in a wide variety of settings, including scientific research and forensic labs.

This app is geared for high school biology students and anyone interested in the biological sciences.

The Virtual Bacterial ID Lab was first released in 2000 as a browser-based interactive lab. Since its inception, it and the other HHMI Virtual Labs have won several awards, including the Pirelli INTERNETional Award's top prize in 2002

What did the Earth look like millions of years ago? This app is a stunning visualization of a billion-year-long change happening in less than a minute. Dino Walk will show you who inhabited the planet in respective time periods and tell you all about them.

"Dino Walk: Continental Drift is brilliant app, it will appeal to children of all ages. Young children will love moving the earth and exploring the animals and plants from different time periods. While older children will love reading the facts and taking the quiz. I love how easy it is to use and to navigate." - by Ruth at AppyMall
"Dino Walk: Continental Drift offers an interactive globe to explore a billion years worth of changes to the earth – and focuses on the dinosaur and animal species that have inhabited our planet." - by Patrick Jordan at iPad Insight

Dino Walk will show you the biological and geological changes our world has undergone in the past 600 million years. This app is like an experimental laboratory that will introduce you to continental drift and will tell you what animals and plants inhabited Earth in each period.

[The latest version is in the free "Bench Tools" app.] This is a portable spreadsheet for scientists working with cell cultures. Record time course measurements for multiple samples, instantly graphing the growth curves and calculating doubling time for user-selected time points. Lab notebook recording and export of the results.

Key Features:
• Spreadsheet for recording multiple samples
• Instant graphing of the readings
• On-graph time point selection for doubling time calculation
• Calculator for concentration or growth time estimation
• Lab notebook recording of all measurements
• Easy e-mail export to Excel or other spreadsheet software