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Movement of mTORC1 observed for the first time in live cells

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What do proteins and wild bears have in common? Just like tagging wild animals aims to allow researchers to observe and track their natural behavior, molecular researchers use tags to track the minute movements of proteins in cells. Despite the difference in the size of the target, the challenge remains the same: how to tag the object without changing its usual behavior.
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