16 September 2014

Histology of Blood and Bone Marrow



This video is guides you through the basic histology of blood, bone marrow, and the many stages of hematopoiesis.



Learning objectives are:
1. Be able to distinguish formed elements in the peripheral blood
2. Understand the relationship between the numbers observed and their functions
3. Be able to distinguish the various stages of maturation associated with erythropoiesis.
4. Understand what the morphological changes signify during the transformation.
5.  Be able to distinguish the various stages of maturation associated with granulocytopoiesis
6. Understand the morphological changes between the mature granulocytes
7. Be able to recognize megakaryocytes and platlets, and understand thrombocytopoiesis.
8. Be able to identify monocytes, lymphocytes, and plasma cells and have a basic understanding of the inter-relationship of these cells

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Courtesy of William Krause, PhD .
These videos will orient you to each cell and tissue type as well as prepare you for medical practice
Dr. Krause made these videos to help his class in learning and studying histology. Because of overwhelming demand, he would like to make them available world-wide.
Used and uploaded with full permission of William Krause, PhD (The Producer and narrator).

Dr. Krause is a member of the Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences at the University of Missouri. He has won several awards for teaching at the School of Medicine and is the author of many books including a study guide to go along with this video series:
http://www.amazon.com/Krauses-Essential-Histology-Medical-Students/dp/1581124686

Please be encouraged to visit Dr. Krause's webpage
http://web.missouri.edu/~krausew/Histology/Home.htmlhool.html

Histology of the Cell

This video is the introduction to Histology Laboratory series. It shows how to approach histology as well as looking at the histology of some larger cells including oocytes, neurons, and intestinal epithelium.




The learning objective is to be able to identify the:
1. Nucleus
2. Nucleolous
3.Nuclear Envelope
4. Cytoplasm
5 Mitotic Figures

Courtesy of William Krause, PhD .
These videos will orient you to each cell and tissue type as well as prepare you for medical practice
Dr. Krause made these videos to help his class in learning and studying histology. Because of overwhelming demand, he would like to make them available world-wide.
Used and uploaded with full permission of William Krause, PhD (The Producer and narrator).

Dr. Krause is a member of the Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences at the University of Missouri. He has won several awards for teaching at the School of Medicine and is the author of many books including a study guide to go along with this video series:
http://www.amazon.com/Krauses-Essential-Histology-Medical-Students/dp/1581124686

Please be encouraged to visit Dr. Krause's webpage
http://web.missouri.edu/~krausew/Histology/Home.html

02 September 2014

UnCoupling Protein (Thermogenin) Heat Production and ETC Poisons

In Brown Adipose Tissue, Hydrogen Ion (Proton) movement can be uncoupled from the production of ATP. So, instead of using the high energy of the electro-chemical gradient to produce work (by making ATP), the energy is released as heat.

 -In this video, the uncoupling protein known as Thermogenin is looked at very quickly and the biochemistry of it's control is investigated.
- This video also explores other irregularities in the Electron Transport Chain that uncouple electron flow from ATP-Synthesis, such as respiratory poisons.