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Bacteria Drawing - Bacteriophage Ballet by Regina Valluzzi

Bacteriophage Ballet is a drawing by Regina Valluzzi which was uploaded on April 9th, 2011.

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Congrats on your sale!

Regina Valluzzi replied:

Thanks

Congrats on your sale!

Regina Valluzzi replied:

Thank you

Congrats on your sale!

Congrats on your sale:-)

Regina Valluzzi replied:

Thanks. I got an email from the purchaser. This was a gift from one phage researcher to another. Sweet.

Very nice work! V

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Thanks.

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Inspired by a collaboration where I was doing the TEM imaging for a group trying to make nanotech architectural frames from re-engineered viral components. It was fun, except for the uranium staining.

Cool work...microscope in hand.

Regina Valluzzi replied:

Thanks.

Regina Valluzzi replied:

Not the sort of microscope you can carry in hand, unless maybe you are king kongs bigger nerdier cousin. The tem gets its own suite in a lab complex. An atrium to load and deal with the samples, an adjoining lab for sample prep and cryo handling, a pump room to isolate the vibrations from the diffusion and ion getter and mechanical rough pumps, and often a utility room or area for the liquid nitrogen tanks and vacuum cabinets for specialty film and holder storage, and a specialized darkroom or image processing and computational modelling lab. Come to think of it, king kongs bigger nerdlier cousin would also need pockets. Lots and lots of pockets. And extension cords.

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