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Functional Analysis of Proteins Improved by Novel Synthetic Antibody

News   Aug 20, 2018 | Original Story from the Technical University of Dresden.

 
Functional Analysis of Proteins Improved by Novel Synthetic Antibody

This is a microscopic image of living HeLa cells containing a GFP-linked protein (green) and the AID nanobody (magenta). After addition of the plant hormone auxin, the GFP-linked protein is broken down specifically in the cells containing AID nanobody within 30 minutes. Credit: Jörg Mansfeld.

 
 
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