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The Developmental Biology Cinema emerged after an inspired breakfast meeting at the 13th International Congress of Developmental Biology in Snowbird, Utah (July 1997). DBC's mission is "to get video sequences of developing embryos (organisms), and experimental techniques, from the developmental biologist's lab to the eyeballs of interested individuals in a user-friendly and inexpensive form." Current features include Thom Kaufman's Fly Morph-O-Genesis, Lionel Jaffe's Calcium Tsunami, and Jeff Miller's Dynamics of Thin Filopodia. The silent movies may be viewed in QuickTime or VivoActive formats, and are accompanied by brief thumbnail images and background summaries. Note that these digital video sequences are provided by the Society for Developmental Biology for educational purposes only.
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Date Issued 1998
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Date of Scout Publication 1998-06-12
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/1998/0612

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