|Title||A Receptor for All Occasions|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Pagination||599 - 600|
Cells communicate with their environment, in part, through cell surface receptors. Engineering receptors that both sense arbitrary inputs and provide outputs orthogonal to endogenous signaling pathways has been a challenge. Now, Lim and colleagues report a system based on synthetic Notch receptors that allows independent control of both inputs and outputs in diverse cell types.