GFP reference list 7/95

Paul Kitts paulki at clontech.com
Fri Jul 28 19:52:07 EST 1995


This is our latest compilation of GFP references.
Please add any other references we may have missed.
-= Paul =- 

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GFP literature references
1. Background
Morin, J. G. & Hastings, J. W. (1971) Energy transfer in a 
     bioluminescent system. J. Cell. Physiol. 77:313­318.
Morise, H., Shimomura, O., Johnson, F. H. & Winant, J. (1974) 
     Intermolecular energy transfer in the bioluminescent system 
     of Aequorea. Biochemistry 13:2656­2662.
Prasher, D. C., Eckenrode, V. K., Ward, W. W., Prendergast, F. G. 
     & Cormier, M. J. (1992) Primary structure of the Aequorea 
     victoria green fluorescent protein. Gene 111:229­233.

2. Brief reviews on GFP technology
Coghlan, A. (1995) Bright future for glowing gene. New 
     Scientist, March 4th issue, pg. 23
Coxon, A. & Bestor, T. H. (1995) Proteins that glow in green and 
     blue. Chemistry & Biology 2:119-121.
Hassler, S. (1995) Green fluorescent protein: The next generation. 
     Bio/Technology 13:103.
Kolberg, R. (1994) Jellyfish protein lights up cells' lives. 
     J. NIH Res. 6:44-47.
Stearns, T. (1995) The green revolution. Current Biol. 
     5:262-264.
Youvan, D. C. (1995) Green fluorescent pets. Science 268:264.

3. Biochemical and physical properties of GFP
Bokman, S. H. & Ward, W. W. (1981) Renaturation of Aequorea 
     green-fluorescent protein. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 
     101:1372­1380.
Cody, C. W., Prasher, D. C., Westler, W. M., Prendergast, F. G. 
     & Ward, W. W. (1993) Chemical structure of the hexapeptide chromophore of Aequorea green-fluorescent protein. Biochemistry 
     32:1212­1218.
Davis, D. F., Ward, W. W. & Cutler, M. W. (1995) Post-
     translational chromophore formation in recombinant GFP from 
     E. coli requires oxygen. Proceedings of the 8th international 
     symposium on bioluminescence and chemiluminescence. (in press).
Inouye, S. & Tsuji, F. I. (1994) Evidence for redox forms of the 
     Aequorea green fluorescent protein. FEBS Letters 351:211­214.
Robart, F. D. & Ward, W. W. (1990) Solvent perturbations of 
     Aequorea green fluorescent protein. Photochem. Photobiol. 
     51:92s.
Roth, A. (1985) Purification and protease susceptibility of the 
     green-fluorescent protein of Aequorea victoria with a note on 
     Halistra ura. Ph.D. thesis, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, 
     NJ.
Surpin, M. A. & Ward, W. W. (1989) Reversible denaturation of 
     Aequorea green fluorescent protein‹thiol requirement. 
     Photochem. Photobiol. 49:WPM-B2
Ward, W. W. (1979) Energy transfer processes in bioluminescence. 
     In Photochemical and Photobiological Reviews 4:1-57. Ed. 
     Smith, K.C. (Plenum, New York).
Ward, W. W. (1981) Properties of the Coelenterate green-
     fluorescent proteins. In Bioluminescence and 
     Chemiluminescence: Basic Chemistry and Analytical applications. 
     Eds. DeLuca, M. & McElroy, W. D. (Academic Press, Inc., NY), 
     pp. 235­242.
Ward, W. W. & Bokman, S. H. (1982) Reversible denaturation of 
     Aequorea green-fluorescent protein: physical separation and 
     characterization of the renatured protein. Biochemistry 21:
     4535­4540.
Ward, W. W., Cody, C. W., Hart, R. C. & Cormier, M. J. (1980) 
     Spectrophotometric identity of the energy transfer 
     chromophores in Renilla and Aequorea green-fluorescent 
     proteins. Photochem. Photobiol. 31:611­615.

4. Expression of GFP in Prokaryotes
Burlage, R., Yang, Z. & Mehlhorn, T. (1995) Fluorescent 
     microorganisms are detected in bacterial transport experiments. 
     Poster presentation at Fluorescent Proteins and Applications 
     Meeting, Palo Alto, CA, March 6­7.
Chalfie, M., Tu, Y., Euskirchen, G., Ward, W. W. & Prasher, D. C. 
     (1994) Green fluorescent protein as a marker for gene 
     expression. Science 263:802­805.
Inouye, S. & Tsuji, F. I. (1994) Aequorea green fluorescent 
     protein: Expression of the gene and fluorescent characteristics 
     of the recombinant protein. FEBS Letters 341:277­280.
Inouye, S. & Tsuji, F. I. (1994) Evidence for redox forms of the 
     Aequorea green fluorescent protein. FEBS Letters 351:211­214.
Kain, S. R., Adams, M., Kondepudi, A., Yang, T. T., Ward, W. W. & 
     Kitts, P. (1995) The green fluorescent protein as a reporter 
     of gene expression and protein localization. BioTechniques 
     (in press).
Kitts, P., Adams, M., Kondepudi, A., Gallagher, D. & Kain, S. (1995) 
     Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP): A novel reporter for monitoring 
     gene expression in living organisms. CLONTECHniques X (1):1-3.
Yu, J. & van den Engh, G. (1995) Flow-sort and growth of single 
     bacterial cells transformed with cosmid and plasmid vectors 
     that include the gene for green-fluorescent protein as a 
     visible marker. Abstracts of papers presented at the 1995 
     meeting on "Genome Mapping and Sequencing", Cold Spring Harbor, 
     1995. p293.

5. Expression of GFP in Eukaryotes
Baulcombe, D. C., Chapman, S. & Santa Cruz, S. (1995) Jellyfish 
     green fluorescent protein as a reporter for virus infections. 
     The Plant Journal 7:1045-1053.
Chalfie, M., Tu, Y., Euskirchen, G., Ward, W. W. & Prasher, D. C. 
     (1994) Green fluorescent protein as a marker for gene expression. 
     Science 263:802­805.
Galbraith, D. W., Sheen, J., Lambert, G. M., Grebenok, R. J. & 
     Hwang, S. (1995) Expression of green fluorescent protein (GFP) 
     within the cells of higher plants, and its analysis through flow 
     cytometry and sorting. Poster presentation  at Fluorescent 
     Proteins and Applications Meeting, Palo Alto, CA, March 6­7.
Kain, S. R., Adams, M., Kondepudi, A., Yang, T. T., Ward, W. W. & 
     Kitts, P. (1995) The green fluorescent protein as a reporter 
     of gene expression and protein localization. BioTechniques 
     (in press).
Lo, D. C., McAllister, A. K., & Katz, L. C. (1994) Neuronal 
     transfection in brain slices using particle-mediated gene 
     transfer. Neuron 13:1263-1268.
Moss, J. B. & Rosenthal, N. (1994) Analysis of gene expression 
     patterns in the embryonic mouse myotome with the green 
     fluorescent protein, a new vital marker. J. Cell. Biochem., 
     Supplement 18D W161.
Niedz, R. P., Sussman, M. R. & Satterlee, J. S. (1995) Green 
     fluorescent protein: an in vivo reporter of plant gene 
     expression. Plant Cell Reports 14:403­406.
Kitts, P., Adams, M., Kondepudi, A., Gallagher, D. & Kain, S. 
     (1995) Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP): A novel reporter for 
     monitoring gene expression in living organisms. CLONTECHniques 
     X (1):1-3.
Riles, L., Waddle, J. & Johnston, M. (1995) GFP as a reporter of 
     gene expression in yeast. Poster presentation at Fluorescent 
     Proteins and Applications Meeting, Palo Alto, CA, March 6­7.
Tannahill, D., Bray, S. & Harris, W. A. (1995) A Drosophila E(spl) 
     gene is ³neurogenic² in Xenopus. A green fluorescent protein 
     study. Dev. Biol. 168:694­697.
Törmäkangas, K., Ritala, A. & Teeri, T. H. (1995) Expression of GFP 
     in plant cells. Poster presentation, at Fluorescent Proteins 
     and Applications Meeting, Palo Alto, CA, March 6­7.
Yu, K. L. & Dong, K. W. (1995) Application of luciferase and green 
     fluorescent protein as reporter for analysis of human 
     gonadotropin-releasing hormone gene promoters. Poster 
     presentation at Fluorescent Proteins and Applications Meeting, 
     Palo Alto, CA, March 6­7.
Wu, G.-I., Zou, D.-J., Koothan, T. & Cline, H. T. (1995) Infection 
     of frog neurons with vaccinia virus permits in vivo expression 
     of foreign proteins. Neuron 14:681-684.
Yang, T. T., Kain, S. R., Kitts, P., Kondepudi, A., Yang, M. M. & 
     Youvan, D. C. (1995) Dual color microscopic imagery of cells 
     expressing the green fluorescent protein and a red-shifted 
     variant. Gene (in press).

6. Expression of GFP-fusion proteins
Bian, J., Lin, X. & Tang, J. (1995) Nuclear localization of HIV-1 
     matrix protein P17: The use of A. victoria GFP in protein 
     tagging and tracing. FASEB J. 9:A1279 #132.
Flach, J., Bossie, M., Vogel, J., Corbett, A., Jinks, T., Willins, 
     D. A. & Silver, P. A. (1994) A yeast RNA-binding protein 
     shuttles between the nucleus and the cytoplasm. Mol. Cell. 
     Biol. 14:8399­8407.
Jacobi, C. A., Roggenkamp, A., Rakin, A. & Heesemann, J. (1995) 
     Yersinia enterocolitica Yop E-GFP hybrid protein expression 
     in vitro and in vivo. Poster presentation at Fluorescent 
     Proteins and Applications Meeting, Palo Alto, CA, March 6­7.
Marshall, J., Molloy, R., Moss, G. W. J., Howe, J. R. & Hughes, 
     T. E. (1995) The jellyfish green fluorescent protein: a new 
     tool for studying ion channel expression and function. Neuron 
     14:211­215.
Molloy, R., Marshall, J., Hughes, T. & Howe, J. (1994) 
     Cotransfection with the jellyfish Green Fluorescent Protein 
     can be used to identify the cells expressing ligand-gated ion 
     channels. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 20:482 #210.8.
Olmsted, J. B., Olson, K. R. & McIntosh, J. R. (1994). Green 
     Fluorescent Protein (GFP) chimeras as reporters for MAP4 
     behavior in living cells. Mol. Biol. of the Cell 5:167a #973.
Rizzuto, R., Brini, M., Pizzo, P., Murgia, M. & Pozzan, T. (1995) 
     Chimeric green fluorescent protein as a tool for visualizing 
     subcellular organelles in living cells. Current Biol. 5:635-642.
Sengupta, P., Colbert, H. A. & Bargmann, C. I. (1994) The C. elegans 
     gene odr-7 encodes an olfactory-specific member of the nuclear 
     receptor superfamily. Cell 79:971-980.
Stearns, T. (1995) The green revolution. Current Biol. 5:262-264.
Sullivan, K. F., Hahn, K. & Shelby, R. D. (1995) Bioluminescent 
     labeling of human centromere DNA sequences in vivo. Poster 
     presentation at Fluorescent Proteins and Applications 
     Meeting, Palo Alto, CA, March 6­7. 
Treinin, M. & Chalfie, M. (1995) A mutated acetylcholine receptor 
     subunit causes neuronal degeneration in C. elegans. Neuron 
     14:871­877.
Wang, S. & Hazelrigg, T. (1994) Implications for bcd mRNA 
     localization from spatial distribution of exu protein in 
     Drosophila oogenesis. Nature 369:400­403.

7. Transgenic expression of GFP
Amsterdam, A. & Hopkins, N. (1995) Transient and transgenic 
     expression of green fluorescent protein (GFP) in living 
     zebrafish embryos. CLONTECHniques X(3):30.
Amsterdam, A., Lin, S. & Hopkins, N. (1995) The Aequorea victoria 
     green fluorescent protein can be used as a reporter in live 
     zebrafish embryos. Dev. Biol. (in press)
Haseloff, J., Siemering, K., Prasher, D. & Hodge, S. (1995) Stable 
     expression of GFP in Arabidopsis. Posting on the 
     bionet.genome.arabidopsis newsgroup, 13th June 1995.
Ikawa, M., Kominami, K., Yoshimura, Y., Tanaka, K., Nishimune, Y. & 
     Okabe, M. (1995) Green fluorescent protein as a marker in 
     transgenic mice. Develop. Growth Differ. (in press).

8. Mutagenesis of GFP
Delagrave, S., Hawtin, R. E., Silva, C. M., Yang, M. M. & Youvan, 
     D. C. (1995) Red-shifted excitation mutants of the green 
     fluorescent protein. Bio/Technology 13:151-154.
Heim, R., Prasher, D. C. & Tsien, R. Y. (1994) Wavelength mutations 
     and posttranslational autoxidation of green fluorescent 
     protein. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91:12501­12504.
Heim, R., Cubitt, A. B. & Tsien, R. Y. (1995) Improved green 
     fluorescence. Nature 373:663-664.
Yang, T. T., Kain, S. R., Kitts, P., Kondepudi, A., Yang, M. M. 
     & Youvan, D. C. (1995) Dual color microscopic imagery of cells 
     expressing the green fluorescent protein and a red-shifted 
     variant. Gene (in press).

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