Canadian Researchers Develop 'Living' Microarray Platform to Study Cells In Vivo | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

A team of Canadian researchers has developed a new microarray platform they claim can image cells in vivo every 20 minutes for as long as a week.

Led by scientists at McGill University in Montreal, the team designed the so-called "living microarrays" as a way to measure transcriptional changes in real time in single mammalian cells, and claims the approach could be used to study cell proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis.

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