Barcoded DNA structures for the subcellular profiling of proteins

Barcodes based on tetrahedral DNA nanostructures enable the multiplexed profiling of the subcellular expression and distribution of proteins in cells from patient samples.

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The cover illustrates tetrahedral DNA nanostructures that act as barcodes for the high-throughput multiplexed profiling of the subcellular expression and distribution of proteins in cells.


See Sundah et al., https://www.nature.com/articles/s41551-019-0417-0


Image: Zac Goh, National University of Singapore.