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Green Fluorescent Protein

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Green Fluorescent Protein - Gfp
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    • The green fluorescent protein (GFP) chromophore is an asymmetric monomethine dye system. In the resonance color theory of dyes, a strong optical excitation arises from interactions of two valence-bond structures with a third, higher structure...

    Seth Olsenet al. A dark excited state of fluorescent protein chromophores, considered a...

    • The Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) is a useful marker to trace the expression of cellular proteins. However, little is known about changes in protein interaction properties after fusion to GFP...

    V. Prachayasittikulet al. Lipid-Membrane Affinity of Chimeric Metal-binding Green Fluorescent Pr...

    • The green fluorescent protein (GFP) is a bioluminescent protein that can be expressed and easily detected as a fully fluorescent protein in both bacterial and eukaryotic cells. These properties, along with its ability to withstand exposure to denaturants, organic solvents, high temperature and a wide pH range, make GFP an ideal educational tool...

    H E Fisheret al. Use of the green fluorescent protein as an educational tool

    • Green fluorescent protein (GFP) is a popular qualitative reporter protein used to study different aspects of plant biology. However, to be used as a reliable quantitative reporter in expression studies using fluorescence based assays, methods to eliminate interfering endogenous molecules must be considered. Therefore, a standard curve based solid phase fluorescent immunoassay that eliminates the effects of interfering endogenous molecules was developed to quantify the GFP levels in soluble green extracts prepared from plants...

    Wenche Johansenet al. A Rapid and Sensitive Fluorimetric Protocol for the Quantification of ...

    • Green fluorescent protein (GFP) is an attractive reporter for bioprocess monitoring. Although expression of GFP in plants has been widely reported, research on the use of GFP in plant cell cultures for bioprocess applications has been limited. In this study, the suitability of GFP as a secretory reporter and a useful tool in plant cell bioprocess optimization was demonstrated...

    S. Liuet al. Green fluorescent protein as a secretory reporter and a tool for proce...

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