Hydrogen bond flexibility correlates with Stokes shift in mPlum variants.

Abstract

Fluorescent proteins have revolutionized molecular biology research and provide a means of tracking subcellular processes with extraordinary spatial and temporal precision. Species with emission beyond 650 nm offer the potential for deeper tissue penetration and lengthened imaging times; however, the origin of their extended Stokes shift is not fully… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/jp412371y

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