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Phosphate's electrical signature helps detect important cellular events

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Each day, millions of biological processes occur in our body at a cellular level. Studying these processes can help us learn more about how cells function, a field that has continued to intrigue researchers. Recently, however, there has been a new player in this field. A new analytical method—single-molecule detection—has gained momentum due to its success in observing specific, biologically relevant molecules and the processes associated with t…
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Phosphate’s electrical signature helps detect important cellular events

Analyzing the post-translational modification of proteins can help us get a closer look at cellular events. A novel single-molecule detection assay that can do so using electrical measurements has now been developed by researchers at Tokyo Tech. The technique was able to detect the phosphorylation of peptides with 91% specificity and 95% accuracy.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Phosphate's electrical signature helps detect important cellular events

Each day, millions of biological processes occur in our body at a cellular level. Studying these processes can help us learn more about how cells function, a field that has continued to intrigue researchers. Recently, however, there has been a new player in this field. A new analytical method—single-molecule detection—has gained momentum due to its success in observing specific, biologically relevant molecules and the processes associated with t…

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Phosphate’s electrical signature helps detect important cellular events

Each day, millions of biological processes occur in our body at a cellular level. Studying these processes can help us learn more about how cells function, a fi

2 months ago·Charlottesville, United States
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