Dear Histonet Members,
I work at the American Society for Cell Biology developing a free
Internet resource for cell biology, the ASCB Image & Video Library
(http://cellimages.ascb.org) that is aimed at the undergraduate to
graduate student level.
The ASCB Council has asked that I work my way through cell biology,
subject by subject, finding and annotating images (LM, EM,
fluorescence), diagrams and videos that illustrate all aspects of cell
biology. I recently worked on the centrosome (http://tinyurl.com/62uyxj)
and am now moving on to mitochondria.
In this regard, I would like to invite you to submit any brightfield
images of mitochondria that you may have (eg, stained by the method of
Cain, etc). You can submit them online at: http://www.ascb.org/ivl/ .
Once you establish an account, you can choose a simple figure legend
annotation for Research (option C) or fill out the annotation developed
by the ASCB Education Committee (option B).
Of course, any other images relevant to cell biology will be most
welcome and will be considered for inclusion in the Image & Video
David L. Ennist, PhD
Director, Digital Resources
The American Society for Cell Biology
8120 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 750
Bethesda, MD 20814-2762
See you at the 48th ASCB Annual Meeting!
December 13-17, 2008 in San Francisco, CA. For more information, go to
Sign up for the Wikipedia Workshop:
Enter the Celldance Contest: http://ascb.org/index.cfm?navid=139
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