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By William W. Cohen

ISBN-10: 038748275X

ISBN-13: 9780387482750

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The aperature (width) of the microscope limits the angle between these to some θMAX and solving the equation above implies p > λ/sin θMAX Unless this holds, the two pinholes cannot be resolved. Figure 21. The Abbe model of resolution. William W. Cohen 39 (The figure ignores the issue of refractive index, which is the ratio of speed of light in the medium containing the specimen to the speed of light in air. 5 micrometers (µm), and objects smaller than 2 µm cannot be resolved even with the best light microscopes.

Cohen 51 environments—for instance, different nutrients, or different temperatures. In a multi-celled organism, cells from different tissues express different sets of proteins. Studying such differences in genetic expression is a frequent goal in experimental biology. Since proteins are always encoded by mRNA before they are built, one (indirect) way to detect differences in the proteomes of two cells is to compare their sets of mRNAs. ” The base complementary to adenine is thymine, abbreviated “T,” and hence most mRNA will easily hybridize to a nucleic acid that consists of a long sequence of thymine residues.

Medium being used, is called This limit is imposed by the wave- the numerical aperture of a length of light. The wave nature of microscope. Making the aperture wider improves light implies that light waves interfere resolution at the cost of depth with each other, which distorts images: of field. for instance, a point source of light will appear as a circle surrounded by a series of concentric circles. For some simple objects, one can precisely analyze the result of interference, and make precise claims about what can and what cannot be seen.

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