Photochemical control of biological processes.

@article{Young2007PhotochemicalCO,
  title={Photochemical control of biological processes.},
  author={D. Young and A. Deiters},
  journal={Organic \& biomolecular chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={5 7},
  pages={
          999-1005
        }
}
Photochemical regulation of biological processes offers a high level of control to study intracellular mechanisms with unprecedented spatial and temporal resolution. This report summarizes the advances made in recent years, focusing predominantly on the in vivo regulation of gene function using irradiation with UV light. The majority of the described applications entail the utilization of photocaging groups installed either on a small molecule modulator of biomolecular function or directly on a… Expand
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