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Biological cell nanocavity probes

Stanford researchers have discovered an optical tool consisting of a semiconductor photonic crystal cavity affixed to the tip of an optical fiber. The photonic crystal cavity is shaped like a needle and is thin enough to puncture individual biological cel...
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Screening Strategy to Reduce Cellular Noise and Generate Genetic Elements with Specified Regulatory Activities

Researchers in Dr. Christina Smolke’s laboratory have developed a high-efficiency screening method that uses two measurable outputs to resolve cellular noise from the activity of gene regulatory elements. Gene regulatory elements are composed of one o...
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