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Clemson Scientists Shed Light on Molecules in Living Cells


August 21, 2007

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Clemson University chemists have developed a method to dramatically improve the longevity of fluorescent nanoparticles that may someday help researchers track the motion of a single molecule as it travels through a living cell. The chemists are exploiting a process called "resonance energy transfer." Full Story

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