A new chemically induced dimerization (CID) pair exhibits fluorescence upon dimerization for the first time. Moreover, the CID pair is small and offers easily reversible dimerization that can be repeated multiple times.
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W.W and J.S. are supported by the University of Michigan and National Institutes of Health grant DP2MH132939.
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Wang, W., Shen, J. Fluorogenic chemically induced dimerization. Nat Methods 20, 1454–1455 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41592-023-01989-7