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Hi, and welcome back to iBioSeminars. My name is Dianne Newman, and I am a professor at the California Institute of Technology in the divisions of Biology and Geological and Planetary Sciences. I am...
So last time we were finishing up about micelles and surfactants. So surfactants are like SDS here. They've got what are called amphiphiles. They have sort of a polar water soluble...

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MICHAEL CIMA: But let's just start with looking at this spherical micelle for a second. And we ended with this. What's the typical size? Well a spherical micelle typically is on that...

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PROFESSOR; Now, another important lipid that doesn't look anything like what I've been talking, but is extremely important, is our friend cholesterol. Cholesterol gets a bad name, but...

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David Kingsley: So thanks very much, and it's a huge pleasure to be here at NHGRI when so much has happened and is happening in the area of genomics. I'm actually a product of the...