Use of the A. victoria green fluorescent protein to study protein dynamics in vivo.

@article{Kahana2001UseOT,
  title={Use of the A. victoria green fluorescent protein to study protein dynamics in vivo.},
  author={Jason Kahana and Pamela A. Silver},
  journal={Current protocols in pharmacology},
  year={2001},
  volume={Chapter 6},
  pages={Unit 6.6}
}
Fluorescent molecules serve as valuable tools for the detection of a variety of biochemical phenomena. Such reagents have been employed for protein localization, quantitation of gene expression, detection of nucleic acids, cell sorting, and determination of chemical concentrations. Although fluorescence is a useful tool for detecting molecules within cells, its application in vivo has been limited. The ideal vital fluorescent tag should (1) be detectable without causing cytological damage, (2… CONTINUE READING

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