Omega Optical - Live Cell Movies
Fluorescently labeled cells in action. Videos highlight the dynamic activity of tubulin, golgi, mitochondria and ER in living cells.
Mamamatsu Learning Center: Digital Video Gallery
Time lapse videos of fluorescently labeled cells in culture with a focus on organelles. Includes a selection of beautiful double-label images.
Journal of Cell Biology Annotated Video Collection
Movies from papers that have been published in JCB. These movies tend to be fairly technical, but there are some truly cool movies here.
Center for Cell Dynamics Live-Label Movie Gallery
Cell videos mostly related to development, including several mitosis movies.
A Video Tour of Cell Motility
Uses still images and video to tell the story of the cytoskeleton and cell motility.
Nikon Microscopy U: Digital Video Gallery
Live Cell Imaging: Cell Motility
Dozens of videos of live cells crawling around in culture dishes.
Movies focusing on the developmental biology of fish. Check out the Fish Epidermal Cells section for videos of crawling fish cells.
A wide selection of live cell movies and a few 3d animations. Includes several cool mitosis movies. Also available as a DVD.
The American Society for Cell Biology: Image & Video Library
A general resource for lots of movies.
Derek K. Toomre, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Cell Biology, Yale School of Medicine.
Color video showing fluorescently-labeled vesicles moving along the cytoskeleton.
Alexander van Oudenaarden, Ph.D.
Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Associate Professor of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Several movies that have been published by members of the van Oudenaarden Lab. Includes several cool movies of vesicles being propelled by actin polymerization.