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Lenses of a fluorescent microscope illuminate a sample on a microscope slide.
A Colorful Approach to Tracking Cellular Cargo
Through immunofluorescence microscopy, a rainbow of stains shows Amy Engevik where proteins go in health and disease states.
A Colorful Approach to Tracking Cellular Cargo
A Colorful Approach to Tracking Cellular Cargo

Through immunofluorescence microscopy, a rainbow of stains shows Amy Engevik where proteins go in health and disease states.

Through immunofluorescence microscopy, a rainbow of stains shows Amy Engevik where proteins go in health and disease states.

molecular motor

Motor Man
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Ron Vale has spent a career studying how molecular motors transport cargo within cells. He’s also developed tools to help scientists communicate their findings.
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Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Boston University. Age: 37
Transport Breakdown
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