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Designing Probes to Image Proteins Inside Living Cells 2.0

Samuel discusses his research on designing new tools to track the movement of proteins within cells. He explains how understanding the relationship between pKa and pH was critical for the design of a new sensor, which he hopes can be used to image proteins in diseased cells.

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Behind the Scenes at MIT; http://chemvideos.mit.edu

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