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CRISPR-on and CRISPR-off Next Level Gene Editing
In a paper published online in Cell on April 2021, researchers describe a new gene editing technology called CRISPRoff that allows researchers to control gene expression with high specificity while leaving the sequence of the DNA unchanged.
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Using CRISPR Gene Editing to Modify the LacZ gene in E.coli
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In this investigation, CRISPR-Cas9 we be used to cut bacterial chromosomal DNA at a specific location within the lacZ gene. You will then take advantage of the cells’ ability to perform HDR to cause a desired change in the lacZ sequence. You will do this by providing the cells with large quantities of a donor template DNA, which includes an insert with a stop codon that will disrupt the gene fu...
CRISPR and it’s Applications Part 2
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CRISPR-Cas9 has ignited a revolution. CRISPR has enabled a simple and affordable way to manipulate and edit DNA, completely changing the face of genome engineering. The applications of this technology are limitless. Researchers are working on new ways to cure diseases such as cancer, and sickle cell disease. Scientists are also using CRISPR to develop more sustainable methods to improve food cr...
CRISPR and it's Applications Part 1
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CRISPR-Cas9 has ignited a revolution. CRISPR has enabled a simple and affordable way to manipulate and edit DNA, completely changing the face of genome engineering. The applications of this technology are limitless. This is Part 1 that will discuss De-Extinction Projects and basic research.
How Does CRISPR Work
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This is a basic level discussion of how CRISPR-Cas 9 functions.
An Ephemeral History of CRISPR
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This video is a brief conversation of the history of CRISPR Cas-9 Gene editing.
Clownfish and their Habitat
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This video is about clownfish and their habitat. It also considers the symbiotic relationship it has with the Sea Anemone.
The Four Seasons
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The Four Seasons
Interview with Astronaut Scott Kelly
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Interview with Astronaut Scott Kelly
How do you pack a healthy LUNCH using the 5 food groups.
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This video discusses the 5 food groups and provides insights into packing a healthy lunch. Enjoy :)
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Because the star Betelgeuse is around 500 light years away from earth it might be that Betelgeuse might have already gone super nova.
Bioassessment of Species Diversity Using Field Techniques
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Bioassessment can provide direct measures of the types of species inhabiting streams and rivers. Biological health is not always an obvious feature of the environment so practical field techniques are needed to assess the well-being of rivers. Aquatic insects and other invertebrates are the most common form of animal life in streams. The variety of species present are indicators of the health o...
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This video discusses the three types of rocks. Enjoy
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The Cerebrum
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This video discusses the Anatomy and Physiology of the Cerebrum.
The Limbic System
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The Limbic System
The Cerebellum
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The Cerebellum
The Midbrain and Diencephalon
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The Midbrain and Diencephalon
An Introduction to the Brain
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An Introduction to the Brain
The Medulla Oblongata and Pons
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The Medulla Oblongata and Pons
Spinal Reflexes
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Spinal Reflexes
The Spinal Cord
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The Spinal Cord
Neural Tissue
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Neural Tissue
Appendicular Muscles
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Appendicular Muscles
Axial Muscles
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Axial Muscles
Anatomy of Muscles
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Anatomy of Muscles
Muscle Action
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Muscle Action
Muscle Fiber Types
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Muscle Fiber Types
The Functions and Roles of Joints and Articulations
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The Functions and Roles of Joints and Articulations
Appendicular Skeleton
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Appendicular Skeleton


  • Mr. Safe Charlie Defensive Driving instructor

    You are the subject matter expert. Kudos

  • Eliana Martos
    Eliana Martos Hace 7 días

    This is so helpful! thank you!

  • Melody Gavel
    Melody Gavel Hace 11 días

    Do you need to incubate the rehydrated pellet before using it?

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti Hace 6 días

      Yes pellet should be hydrated with LB Broth.

  • Sara
    Sara Hace 26 días

    I have literally watched a lot of videos you are the best love it thanks a lot for sharing it with us ❤

  • Angelina
    Angelina Hace 27 días

    Thanks drkayode for helping me to cure my cardiovascular diseases the lord bless you please give it a try drkayodehome we cure you

  • Vicky choudhary
    Vicky choudhary Hace 28 días

    Amazing lacture sir

  • Joshua Eden
    Joshua Eden Hace un mes

    Genetic Engineering could make guys who look naturally feminine (for example men with aromatase excess syndrome produce female levels of estrogen) who have gynecomastia, high pitched voices, and feminine curves but brain manipulation would be needed to make them accept the way they look and still identify as males without having gender dysphoria like crossdressers already do. I believe that gendered clothing will no longer exist so the word crossdresser might not even make sense anymore in this future.

  • Bianca Pomponio
    Bianca Pomponio Hace un mes

    You ended the video calling it the lymphatic system. ???

  • Jane Cecelia
    Jane Cecelia Hace 2 meses

    Some scientists hypothesize that the teeny tiny Y chromosome will become obsolete in generations to come. Now where will leave the world when we stupid females are running the show all by our little selves? There'll be less violence for a start.

  • Jane Cecelia
    Jane Cecelia Hace 2 meses

    Oops! I think you may need to edit this statement: 'There may be feminine characteristics, but their intelligence is normal.' Did you mean to suggest that females are less intelligent than males? Or were writing and editing skills on the day not up to par? My comprehension skills, especially for the written word, are excellent. I'm female and my IQ score is well above normal, just saying.

  • Damian Albanis
    Damian Albanis Hace 2 meses

    Brilliant 🥳🌍🫂⭐☀️🙏👈🌼💯

  • Benjamin Shaba
    Benjamin Shaba Hace 2 meses

    powerful presentation


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  • K_L
    K_L Hace 2 meses

    Is that lyophilized e-coli? If not, Will it does the same with lyophilized e-coli?

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti Hace 2 meses

      Yes it is lyophilized.

  • Carolyn Stewart
    Carolyn Stewart Hace 2 meses

    You're an OUTSTANDING teacher!!! I wish I would've found you 20 years ago. 🙂Excellent!!!!

  • Salaheddine HOUACHE
    Salaheddine HOUACHE Hace 2 meses

    I really enjoyed the course.... Thanks a lot

  • Yesica Delossantos
    Yesica Delossantos Hace 2 meses

    Amazing video, so informative gracias

  • Rose Mbidzo
    Rose Mbidzo Hace 2 meses

    8 years ago and still going strong .... thank you so much

  • 冬夜繁星
    冬夜繁星 Hace 2 meses

    The explanations are really really clear and comprehensive, thank a lot !!!

  • Jean
    Jean Hace 3 meses

    I had a tummy tuck a year ago and then I developed a large seroma and they went back in eight weeks after the first surgery to scrape it all out and now I have severe swelling in my abdomen to the point where I feel like my ribs are going to crack and I’m scared that this is my lymphatic system that might’ve been compromised and I don’t know who to turn to for help.

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti Hace 2 meses

      I’ve made a video on the lymphatic system. You are welcome to check it out. That said I would consult with you doctor. Best wishes.

  • Guenzburgh Dcl
    Guenzburgh Dcl Hace 3 meses

    Great video Ray ,excellent presentation

  • Leviah Landau
    Leviah Landau Hace 3 meses

    Exam in 6 days and instructor decides to skip a lecture on this entire appendicular skeletal portion. Very grateful for this upload for those of us left high and dry for self-learning!

  • Gage 101
    Gage 101 Hace 3 meses

    I really apprecite your video!!!! So much help for anatomy :) So amazed at what my instructor is failing to teach us and prepare us for exams. You have no idea how valuable these videos are. thank you so much !

  • Bianca Aguglia
    Bianca Aguglia Hace 3 meses

    I'm watching your videos with my daughter and we both keep saying what a great teacher you are and how much your lectures are helping us understand plant bio. Thank you! ❤

  • IM & GR channel
    IM & GR channel Hace 3 meses

    Wow just scrolling along 42 minutes I learn a alot better than sitting in class for three hours thank you.

  • Umair Qasim
    Umair Qasim Hace 3 meses

    The internal structure of cerebrum...finally i found this on youtube.this is the hardest topic for me.thanku so much sir.really helpful.

  • Eli G
    Eli G Hace 3 meses

    I feel like I would get an A in your class 😭 thank you!

  • Julia Hulsmann
    Julia Hulsmann Hace 3 meses

    Thank you so much for making these videos!! you're helping me pass my class and im so grateful

  • candyKane117i
    candyKane117i Hace 4 meses

    Excellent presentation!

  • Dr. Ratshilumela
    Dr. Ratshilumela Hace 4 meses

    o----b---turator sir🤣

  • Venkatesan Munusamy
    Venkatesan Munusamy Hace 4 meses

    GREAT lecture with detailed simulation model. Thank u SIR.

  • Salomon Angel
    Salomon Angel Hace 4 meses

    I love how he explained it so well

  • Olivia C-G
    Olivia C-G Hace 4 meses

    So grateful and excited to learn more!

  • Basmala Abdo
    Basmala Abdo Hace 4 meses

    there are not enough words to express gratitude🤍🤍

  • Barack Obama Official
    Barack Obama Official Hace 5 meses

    Excellent video Mr. Cinti. Michelle and the girls enjoyed a lot!

    RK SINGING CHANNEL Hace 5 meses

    excellent video-- came to understand more of limbic limbic system more rather than in textbooks where we just had to keep on imagining everything.EVERYTHING BECAME CRYSTAL CLEAR NOW

  • Belinda Elisa
    Belinda Elisa Hace 5 meses

    contact report 294, February 3rd, 2001: "Billy: Well, again and again the question arises whether the character can be inherited. In my opinion this should not be the case, because during my whole life I have never noticed that descendants have the same character as one or the other parent. Therefore, I assume that each person forms his or her own individual character. First this happens through the basic character formation that takes place during pregnancy in the mother's womb. This is followed by the educational character, which is formed by education and environmental influences during the first seven years of life. And finally, through self-education the character of life is formed, which results from the first two character forms and from the character of self-education. Ptaah: 85. The character cannot be inherited and is therefore not genetically conditioned. 86. The actual character, which you correctly call life character, is formed by the basic character or pregnancy and prenatal character as well as by the educational character and the self-educational character, as you have correctly explained. 87. All three stages of character formation are therefore decisive for the final character form, the character of life. 88. The entire process of character formation takes place in the limbic system in which the instance of morality is located. Billy: This is probably the instance that decides on the negative and positive as well as on the good and bad or honest and dishonest thinking, feeling and acting? Ptaah: 89. You can also explain it this way. Billy: Good."


    Excellent video! Cannot be better! Thanks

  • MainmanMademan big Fan

    what software are you using to show your face and explain in the same time.. thanks

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti Hace 5 meses

      It’s software called Screen Flow

  • Lora
    Lora Hace 5 meses

    1:35 book mark

  • Albert Pirehzad
    Albert Pirehzad Hace 5 meses

    Thank you for excellent description.

  • marian B
    marian B Hace 5 meses

    Hello again...when you talk about the renal artery going to the kidney, it is in RED and that is what is confusing me. Then when the blood exits the kidney and goes to the IVC, it is in blue, and you say it exits through the VEIN (which is in blue), Is it because the blood that has left is deoxygenated? Artery is away from the heart, and vein is towards the heart, correct? I hope you can understand my question, lol. Thank you for this video.

    • marian B
      marian B Hace 5 meses

      @Ray Cinti ok thank you very much

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti Hace 5 meses

      Thanks. You are correct about artery away and vein towards the heart. There is oxygen transfer at the glomerulus in the kidney. That said the blood isn’t totally lacking oxygen when it leaves the kidney. Thanks for your comments and best wishes in your learning.

  • kurt0kasem
    kurt0kasem Hace 6 meses

    Thank you so much. I just got into protein engineering and I have to use this process regularly now but haven't really understand it till now.

  • Miroslav Klobučník
    Miroslav Klobučník Hace 6 meses

    nice presentation, dr. Cinti...

  • Muneshwara Enterprises

    Super video nice

  • Topala Luiza
    Topala Luiza Hace 6 meses

    Thank you so much 🙏🙏🙏

  • Topala Luiza
    Topala Luiza Hace 6 meses

    Thank you so much 🙏🙏🙏

  • marian B
    marian B Hace 6 meses

    I was a bit confused re the membranes...my notes from my lecture was confusing too. Could you name them please? Thank you so kindly 🙏🏿Other than that, it was a great lecture.

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti Hace 6 meses

      @marian B esclips.com/video/P8jAtFxMKcA/vídeo.html

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti Hace 6 meses

      @marian B yes A matter of fact I do have a video on the lymphatic system and modestily I have to say it’s my most popular video thanks for asking. Enjoy.

    • marian B
      marian B Hace 6 meses

      @Ray Cinti Thank you so much for the detailed answer! Now we're studying the Lymphatic System. Did you do a videobon that? Normally, whatever I am watching, a relative video will pop up...it all depends. Have a nice weekend 😊

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti Hace 6 meses

      A double-layered membrane called the pericardium surrounds your heart like a sac. The outer layer of the pericardium surrounds the roots of your heart's major blood vessels and is attached by ligaments to your spinal column, diaphragm, and other parts of your body. The epicardium refers to the outermost protective layer of the heart. The epicardium is composed of mesothelium, a cell type that covers and protects most of the internal organs of the body as well as fat and connective tissue. The epicardium predominantly surrounds the heart and the roots of the coronary vessels emerging from it, including the aorta, the superior vena cava, and inferior vena cava. The other two layers surrounding the heart include the myocardium (i.e., the middle muscular layer that supports the pumping capabilities of the heart) and the endocardium, or the innermost layer.

  • marian B
    marian B Hace 6 meses

    Very much helpful! Glad I found this channel. God bless.

  • Cỏ 3 Lá
    Cỏ 3 Lá Hace 6 meses

    You are great! Thank you so much sir.