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The Birth and Death of Proteins in a Single Cell

News   Aug 24, 2018 | Original Press Release from EPFL

 
The Birth and Death of Proteins in a Single Cell

Embryonic stem cells expressing a fluorescent timer fused to the endogenous LaminB1 protein, which coats the nuclear envelope. Credit: Andrea Alber (EPFL)

 
 
 

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