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Volume 37 Issue 11, November 2019

Volume 37 Issue 11

RNA dynamics live

A series of bright fluorescent RNAs enable imaging of RNA in live cells. This original image shows heterogeneity of protein translation in a cancer cell line, where mCherry protein (red) and its corresponding mRNA (green, labeled with Pepper530) are seen. Blue indicates Hoechst DNA staining.

See Chen et al.

Image: Ni Su. Cover Design: Erin Dewalt

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