Varied Cell Signals Recorded at Once with Spatial Multiplexing

A new imaging technique can be used record the storms of messages that crackle within cells. It affixes reporters to small, self-assembling proteins that act like LEGO bricks. These small proteins click together, forming clusters that are randomly scattered across the cell like little islands. Each cluster, which appears under the microscope as a luminescent dot, reports only one type of cellular signal.

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