Drug Safety: More sensitive sensor developed

News   Aug 07, 2017 | Original Story from Penn State University

 
Drug Safety: More sensitive sensor developed

Image of cells expressing the AgHalo sensor before (left) and after (right) cellular stress. The AgHalo sensor is turned on when misfolded proteins begin to aggregate and provides a quantitative measure of cellular stress that can be used to evaluate drug safety. Credit: Yu Liu, Penn State University

 
 
 

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