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This is a Neuron on Nicotine

News   Feb 08, 2019 | Original story from from the California Institute of Technology

 
Nicotine Pharmacokinetics Assessed Using Biosensors

A biosensor is targeted to a cell's endoplasmic reticulum and glows green in the presence of nicotine. Image credit: Lester Group, California Institute of Technology

 
 
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