December 20, 2019

Episode 213: Creating new tools to find out how cells in the human body work

New methods to observe important cellular functions.

AZSCI 213 Cellular University of Arizona chemistry and biochemistry professor Craig Aspinwall.
Craig Aspinwall

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Creating new tools to find out how cells in the human body work

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Episode 213: University of Arizona chemistry and biochemistry professor Craig Aspinwall

University of Arizona chemistry and biochemistry professor Craig Aspinwall is investigating the signaling pathways inside our cells. He is using novel methods for measuring molecules to make “mini-movies” of chemistry at work in important cellular functions. Prof. Aspinwall says the new measurement platforms he's developing can enable a more detailed picture of how normal cells work and how diseases evolve.

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