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Detection of Low-Abundance Metabolites in Live Cells Using an RNA Integrator (Cell Chemical Biology)
 




You et al. describe a novel type of genetically encoded biosensor, an RNA integrator, which enables detection of low-abundance targets in vitro and in living cells. Expression of RNA integrators in live bacterial cells allows metabolite levels to be imaged with high sensitivity and large dynamic range.


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