High-Throughput Single-Molecule Technologies
March 27, 2019
The past decade has witnessed an emergence of technologies from various disciplines that are providing unprecedented opportunities to formulate and answer new types of biological questions. In particular, single-molecule approaches are revolutionizing biological inquiries by providing previously unattainable data on elementary biological processes. Because biological molecules do not function in isolation in the cell, measurements need to be improved to better emulate in vivo conditions by studying more-complex systems with many components, and they need to be applied to the cellular levels and even tissue levels. This Cell Press webinar will discuss the latest advances in single molecule technologies, and the challenges and opportunities associated with their extension to very large scales and in interpreting the large and complex datasets.
Assistant Professor of Molecular Biosciences
The University of Texas at Austin
David B. Arnold Professor of Science
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology