Quenching of superoxide radicals by green fluorescent protein.

@article{BouAbdallah2006QuenchingOS,
  title={Quenching of superoxide radicals by green fluorescent protein.},
  author={Fadi Bou-Abdallah and N. Dennis Chasteen and Michael P. Lesser},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2006},
  volume={1760 11},
  pages={1690-5}
}
Green fluorescent proteins (GFP) are widely used in vivo molecular markers. These proteins are particularly resistant, and maintain function, under a variety of cellular conditions such as pH extremes and elevated temperatures. Green fluorescent proteins are also abundant in several groups of marine invertebrates including reef-forming corals. While molecular oxygen is required for the post-translational maturation of the protein, mature GFPs are found in corals where hyperoxia and reactive… CONTINUE READING

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