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Proteins and RNA Captured Huddling Together During Stress

News   Feb 18, 2019 | Original story from Colorado State University

 
RNA Captured Interacting With Stress Granules

Fluorescent labeling allows researchers to watch the cellular stress response in real time. In this image of a cell, the red dots are messenger RNAs, the blue are stress granules, and the green are p-bodies. P-bodies are another protein-RNA assembly like stress granules, but exist regardless of stress conditions. Image credit: Colorado State University

 
 
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