MITOMI (Mechanically-Induced Trapping of Molecular Interactions)  relies on spatial multiplexing to keep track of analytes throughout an experiment.  We are currently using these devices to better understand how transcription factors find and bind their genomic targets to regulate gene expression, as well as to understand how enzymes achieve their extraordinary catalytic efficiency and substrate specificity.
  MRBLEs (Microspheres with Ratiometric Barcode Lanthanide Encoding)  rely on spectral multiplexing to track analytes throughout an experiment.  In these assays, we can create microspheres containing > 1,000 unique ratios of lanthanide nanophosphors that can be uniquely identified via imaging alone.  We are currently developing new assays that use these microspheres to understand how signaling proteins recognize their peptide substrates and to improve our ability to extract information from single cells.

MITOMI (Mechanically-Induced Trapping of Molecular Interactions) relies on spatial multiplexing to keep track of analytes throughout an experiment.  We are currently using these devices to better understand how transcription factors find and bind their genomic targets to regulate gene expression, as well as to understand how enzymes achieve their extraordinary catalytic efficiency and substrate specificity.

MRBLEs (Microspheres with Ratiometric Barcode Lanthanide Encoding) rely on spectral multiplexing to track analytes throughout an experiment.  In these assays, we can create microspheres containing > 1,000 unique ratios of lanthanide nanophosphors that can be uniquely identified via imaging alone.  We are currently developing new assays that use these microspheres to understand how signaling proteins recognize their peptide substrates and to improve our ability to extract information from single cells.