Original article posted June 6, 2019 by Anne Manning, at the SOURCE

“For the first time, Colorado State University scientists Tim Stasevich and Brian Munsky have developed detailed imaging technology and computational analyses to visualize, quantify and understand frameshifting mechanisms at the level of single molecules in living cells.

The publication of their work June 6 in the journal Molecular Cellincludes first author and graduate student Kenneth Lyon, and computational modeling support from postdoctoral researcher Luis Aguilera. The research is supported by a $1.2 million grant from the W. M. Keck Foundation.”

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