Spotting hidden activity in cells

Video   Dec 14, 2017


Scientists at MIT, the University of Göttingen, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, the Free University Amsterdam and Yale University have developed a noninvasive technique that can distinguish whether an organelle's random motion is actively or thermally driven at the cellular level.

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