Photochemical activation of protein expression in bacterial cells.

@article{Young2007PhotochemicalAO,
  title={Photochemical activation of protein expression in bacterial cells.},
  author={D. Young and A. Deiters},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2007},
  volume={46 23},
  pages={
          4290-2
        }
}
Small-molecule-inducible gene-expression systems are available in a variety of cell types including bacterial cells, yeast cells, and mammalian cells. They have been used for conditional protein expression in higher organisms ranging from plants to mice. These systems are typically composed of a natural receptor taken from one organism and transferred into a second organism, in conjunction with a natural or unnatural small-molecule ligand that is orthogonal to all endogenous molecules of the… Expand
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