In situ visualization of gene expression using polymer-coated quantum-dot-DNA conjugates.

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Imaging of specific mRNA targets in cells is of great importance in understanding gene expression and cell signaling processes. Subcellular localization of mRNA is known as a universal mechanism for cells to sequester specific mRNA for high production of required proteins. Various gene expressions in Drosophila cells are studied using quantum dots (QDs) and… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/smll.200900116

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@article{Choi2009InSV, title={In situ visualization of gene expression using polymer-coated quantum-dot-DNA conjugates.}, author={Youngseon Choi and Hwa Pyung Kim and Suk Min Hong and Ji Young Ryu and Sung Jun Han and Rita Song}, journal={Small}, year={2009}, volume={5 18}, pages={2085-91} }