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Cover: Imaging of glycans in Chinese hamster ovary cells. Glycans are labeled in red and cell nuclei and Golgi apparatus are labeled in blue and green, respectively. Image courtesy of Carolyn Bertozzi, Scott Laughlin, and Jeremy Baskin. Source: Baskin J. M., J. A. Prescher, S. T. Laughlin, N. J. Agard, P. V. Chang, I. A. Miller, A. Lo, J. A. Codelli, and C. R. Bertozzi. 2007. Copper-free click chemistry for dynamic in vivo imaging. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(43):16793-16797.
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