Using chemistry and microfluidics to understand the spatial dynamics of complex biological networks.

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Understanding the spatial dynamics of biochemical networks is both fundamentally important for understanding life at the systems level and also has practical implications for medicine, engineering, biology, and chemistry. Studies at the level of individual reactions provide essential information about the function, interactions, and localization of… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ar700174g

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