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Map of Proteins and Their Nearest Neighbors Illuminates Path to Cancer Drugs

News   Mar 06, 2020 | Original story from Princeton University

 
Map of Proteins and Their Nearest Neighbors Illuminates Path to Cancer Drugs

Princeton's MacMillan Group developed a new technology called μMap that identifies proteins' nearest neighbors on cell surfaces. These images show cells being labeled, or highlighted in green, by the μMap catalyst. Credit: Tamara Reyes-Robles/Merck Exploratory Science Center

 
 
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