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New Tool Maps the Flow of Information Within Living Cells

News   May 20, 2020 | Original story from the University of North Carolina Health Care

 
New Tool Maps the Flow of Information Within Living Cells

Imaging two or more protein activities at the same time allows researchers to map the signaling network coordinating cell movements. Warm colors (white, red) show sites of high activity, seen here at sites where the cell is protruding (arrowheads). Credit: Daniel Marston, PhD, UNC School of Medicine

 
 
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