Synthetic physiology strategies for adapting tools from nature for genetically targeted control of fast biological processes.

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The life and operation of cells involve many physiological processes that take place over fast timescales of milliseconds to minutes. Genetically encoded technologies for driving or suppressing specific fast physiological processes in intact cells, perhaps embedded within intact tissues in living organisms, are critical for the ability to understand how… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-385075-1.00018-4

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@article{Chow2011SyntheticPS, title={Synthetic physiology strategies for adapting tools from nature for genetically targeted control of fast biological processes.}, author={Brian Y. Chow and Amy S. Chuong and Nathan Cao Klapoetke and Edward S. Boyden}, journal={Methods in enzymology}, year={2011}, volume={497}, pages={425-43} }