cell chemicals

Julian Rayner jrayner at cybertal.com
Fri Jan 19 21:46:19 EST 2001


I would but there don't seem to be any working ones around

Juls
Baltimoir wrote in message <3a68e9fb.936187 at news>...
>On Fri, 19 Jan 2001 15:11:35 -0600, clarosa <clarosa at biocomp.unl.edu>
>wrote:
>
>>I am sure you know much more than me on this topic, as I know next to
nothing.
>>The questions was rather vague.
>>     Sincerely,
>>    Wiseass
>>
>>Julian Rayner wrote:
>>
>>> well actually, FYI  coming from a programming background I probably know
the
>>> logistics of the task better than u.
>>>
>>> I'm particularly interested in what sort of microscope (if any) that can
>>> scan that quickly in 3D, and its availability.  Anyone know of any
advances
>>> in this field.  I am assuming 3D laser scanners don't have a small
enough
>>> appeture.  Is there any non-intrusive scanning means?  I'm not too
>>> interested in the price.
>>>
>>> Juls
>>
>
>Just check your local star trek convention and buy yourself a
>tricorder. That should do it.
>
>







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