HeLa Cell Division

Published on November 21, 2017

HeLa Cell Division

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Sample clip showing “Cell Division” taken from the David Barlow Film Archive. Film category, Microscopy : Phase contrast microscopy.

High magnification time lapse shot of a single HeLa cell dividing. The actual division of the whole cell takes around an hour to happen. A healthy cell can divide approximately every twenty four hours. A HeLa cell is a cell type in an immortal cell line used in scientific research. It is the oldest and most commonly used human cell line.

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The David Barlow Special Effects Film Archive is a unique film and video library. It contains a comprehensive collection of moving images photographed by award winning cinematographer David Barlow. Clips are organised in a hierarchy of subjects and topics covering the following categories :

Animal Development
Human Development
Human Biology
Computer Effects
Elements and Textures

David Barlow is a scientist and cinematographer. He has devised a number of scientific techniques for filming microscopic and endoscopic set-ups to achieve optimal visual results. David works to expand the archive of scientific film he has been compiling for 20 years. He also takes commissions to create visual effects sequences, specialising in complex simulated reconstructions of real phenomena on a miniature scale. He uses models and composites to cross the boundaries of scale and create special effects shots for high end TV documentary production.0:40147587112014-09-06 14:18:33

HeLa Cell Division

HeLa Cell Division

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