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A genetically encoded photosensitizer
Photosensitizers are chromophores that generate reactive oxygen species (ROS) upon light irradiation. They are used for inactivation of specific proteins by chromophore-assisted light inactivationExpand
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Novel Approach to Meta-Analysis of Microarray Datasets Reveals Muscle Remodeling-related Drug Targets and Biomarkers in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Elucidation of new biomarkers and potential drug targets from high-throughput profiling data is a challenging task due to a limited number of available biological samples and questionableExpand
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Far-red fluorescent proteins evolved from a blue chromoprotein from Actinia equina.
Proteins of the GFP (green fluorescent protein) family demonstrate a great spectral and phylogenetic diversity. However, there is still an intense demand for red-shifted GFP-like proteins in bothExpand
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Clustering Gene Expression Regulators: New Approach to Disease Subtyping
One of the main challenges in modern medicine is to stratify different patient groups in terms of underlying disease molecular mechanisms as to develop more personalized approach to therapy. Here weExpand
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Chromoproteins of the green fluorescent protein family: Properties and applications
The distribution in nature and the spectral and structural properties of chromoproteins of the green fluorescent protein (GFP) family and their differences from one another and other fluorescentExpand
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Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue
Abstract The most common skin conditions are various types of dermatitis or chronic inflammatory or immunological reactions in the skin. Dermatitis involves rashes, pain, and skin injuries. ThisExpand