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This makes it possible to see very small objects indeed. Figure 25 shows electron microscope images of a number of very small objects. Electron microscopes have some disadvantages, however. Electrons, unlike light, do not penetrate very far into a cell. Hence, if one wishes to visualize objects deep inside a cell, it is necessary to cut it into thin sections—which in turn requires extensive preparation, usually including dehydrating the cell and then allowing resin to permeate into it, or freezing the cell very rapidly.
This means that one can easily use affinity chromatography to purify mRNA from a whole cell extract. A microarray is an array of thousands Both DNA and RNA can be of locations, each of which contains either single-stranded, or DNA for a different gene. Thanks to the double-stranded. In double magic of gene sequencing, VLSI-scale stranded DNA/RNA, each is complementary to engineering, and robotics, a microarray strand the other. In the right that holds DNA for every one of the conditions and at the right thousands of genes in yeast can be made temperature, two single and mass-produced fairly inexpensively, strands that are and is about the size of a microscope complementary can spontaneously form a slide.
How a DIC microscope works. 40 A Computer Scientist’s Guide to Cell Biology Another way to obtain better images is with a fluorescent dye. Fluorescent molecules are molecules that absorb light of one frequency f, and very shortly after, emit light of another frequency g. This happens because when the atom absorbs light, an electron orbiting the nucleus of some atom in the molecule is pushed into a higher orbital—an orbit which is highly unstable. This unstable orbit typically lasts for a nanosecond or so, and when the electron returns to the lower, stable orbital, a photon is emitted.