Authors: George Rajna
"Our goal is to ultimately be able to analyse all of a cell's signals," says János Vörös, Head of the Laboratory of Biosensors and Bioelectronics and last author of the publication. Nonetheless, the method can already be used to localise transport proteins in a living cell.  The team created nanostructures—in the shapes of triangles and squares—using stable proteinbuilding blocks.  A single-molecule imaging technique, called protein-induced fluorescence enhancement (PIFE), has gained traction in recent years as a popular tool for observing DNA–protein interactions with nanometer precision. 
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