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Dye Discovery Enables Scientists To Track Protein Within a Cell

News   Mar 08, 2021 | Original story from Université De Genève

 
Dye Discovery Enables Scientists To Track Protein Within a Cell

A precipitating dye generates fluorescent, aster-like crystals (green) in live cells recording the motion of the motor protein kinesin-1 along microtubules. The crystals are centred in the Golgi apparatus (magenta) and extends towards the periphery of the cells, consistently with the transport activity of kinesin-1. Credit: © UNIGE

 
 
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