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Tiny "Blinkers" Reveal Tiny Structures

News   Mar 14, 2019 | Original Story from the American Chemical Society.

 
Tiny "Blinkers" Reveal Tiny Structures

To image two proteins (CHC and PMP70) with the same fluorophore (green star), researchers targeted the proteins with two different lengths (8 or 9 nucleotides) of DNA sequences attached to antibodies (Y-shaped molecules). Credit: American Chemical Society.

 
 
 

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