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Hopkins Researchers Develop New Tool To Watch Real-time Chemical Activity In Cells

Hopkins Researchers Develop New Tool To Watch Real-time Chemical Activity In Cells - General Science Questions and Layperson Board

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Default Hopkins Researchers Develop New Tool To Watch Real-time Chemical Activity In Cells



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Attempts to identify potential drugs that interfere with the action of one particular enzyme linked to heart disease and similar health problems led scientists at Johns Hopkins to create a new tool and new experimental approach that allow them to see multiple, real-time chemical reactions in living cells.
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pretty neat! although it would be nice to see more reactions and not just a few or one...
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