13 thoughts on “Julie Theriot (Stanford, HHMI) 1: Protein Polymers, Crawling Cells and Comet Tails”

  1. Very illuminating and interesting. However the title doesn't describe the organization of the lecture very well. Comet tail is looked at before the mechanism of cell crawling. But probably many viewers are not as familiar with comet tails so it's fine to name the lecture this way, I suppose.

  2. Fantastic….I was glued to my chair. Thank you.Have you done any other lectures that might be available to us? (apart from part 2, I mean)

  3. That was very informative. Dr. Theriot spoke a little too fast, but surprisingly I was able to keep up. A testament to her speaking ability. Very clearly presented. This is a great channel.

  4. I watched your second lecture first then decided to spend time in your first. Very illuminating experiments well crafted talk. thank you!! as a graduate student, thank you for the shout out to everyone involved in each project, always nice to hear where the work comes from. =]

  5. Absolutely riveting and inspiring!!! I had no idea that Listeria monocytogenes could use actin polymerization to propel themselves through the cytoplasm. You must view this video. Rick

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