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Ligand-Induced Protein Degradation

This is a system for direct studies of protein function using cell-permeable molecules for targeted, rapid, reversible degradation of proteins. This technology is part of an overall effort in Prof. Tom Wandless’ laboratory to develop experimental tools ...
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Micromachined Miniature Confocal Scanning Optical Microscope

An interdisciplinary team of Stanford researchers is developing a dual axis confocal (“DAC”) microscope system for in vivo imaging of tissues at the cellular scale. This system is designed to provide point-of care microscopic optical sectionin...
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