Voltage sensors: challenging, but with potential

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Nature Methods
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12,
Pages:
921–924
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doi:10.1038/nmeth.3591
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Genetically encoded voltage sensors are coming of age, but their use still poses challenges that must be addressed from multiple angles.

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  1. Nina Vogt is an associate editor for Nature Methods

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