Reports by TSRI Scientists Show How They Made Bacteria Do
What Nature Doesnt
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have published
two separate papers in the current issue of the journal Science
in which they describe two different ways of engineering bacterial
cells to encode proteins that differ from those produced by
other living organisms.
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Assistant Professor Clare Waterman-Storer, co-inventor of
fluorescence speckle microscopy, uses this technique to study
the cytoskeleton in living cells, which has implications for
cancer, wound healing, and early embryonic development.