4D imaging making our bodies move

Those clever folk over at Monash University have utilised 4D imaging (assisted by their own supercomputer) to map the “choreography” of proteins in our body.

The research team at Monash are confident their discoveries of how molecules within our body interact will lead toward a better understanding of how the human body develops, detects and responds to disease.

Tim Brunero spoke with Associate Professor Ashley Buckle from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Monash University about what his team hopes to achieve in their ongoing research.

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Producer: Ashley Prigent

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