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Yvonne Carts-Powell

Substrate-Bound Proteins Create Image of Einstein

Scatterings imageImage of Einstein, made of fluorescent Streptavin-Cy5 proteins. The full width of the image is 200 µm.

Santiago Costantino and other researchers at the University of Montreal created an image of Albert Einstein to demonstrate that they could create patterns of substrate-bound proteins precisely. They used laser-assisted protein adsorption by photobleaching.

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