Molecular movies


By Diane Martindale WITH the right lighting and atmosphere, it is possible to take snapshots of proteins during their most intimate moments—as they interact in the processes of life. But like all still photos, this records just a single moment, frozen in time. Now a team of researchers has found a way to make movies of two proteins interacting. Researchers typically use a scanning electron microscope to get pictures of individual proteins, but you can only do this in a vacuum. Unfortunately, biology doesn’t take place in a vacuum,
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