Quantitative imaging using genetically encoded sensors for small molecules in plants.

@article{Okumoto2012QuantitativeIU,
  title={Quantitative imaging using genetically encoded sensors for small molecules in plants.},
  author={Sakiko Okumoto},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={70 1},
  pages={108-17}
}
Quantitative imaging in live cells is a powerful method for monitoring the dynamics of biomolecules at an excellent spatio-temporal resolution. Such an approach, initially limited to a small number of substrates for which specific dyes were available, has become possible for a large number of biomolecules due to the development of genetically encoded, protein-based sensors. These sensors, which can be introduced into live cells through a transgenic approach, offer the benefits of quantitative… CONTINUE READING

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