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Scientists Fingerprint Proteins in Just Four Hours

News   Mar 05, 2019 | Original story by the University at Buffalo

 
Scientists Fingerprint Proteins in Just Four Hours

An illustration visualizes dihydrofolate reductase, one of the proteins scientists studied. The colors indicate the intensity of the protein's motion in different locations, ranging from blue (less movement) to red (more movement). Credit: Mengyang Xu, Nature Communications

 
 
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