shortened GFP

Cornelius Krasel krasel at wpxx02.toxi.uni-wuerzburg.de
Fri Jan 26 04:04:35 EST 1996


Stefan Wieland (swieland at sun2.ruf.uni-freiburg.de) wrote:
> We are looking for the shortest,but still functional GFP protein.
> Does someone know, whether one can truncate GFP without loosing activity?

Not much. Check out

@article{cubitt:95,
        author  = {Andrew B. Cubitt and Roger Heim and Stephen R. Adams
                   and Aileen E. Boyd and Larry A. Gross and Roger Y. Tsien},
        title   = {Understanding, improving and using green fluorescent
                   proteins.},
        journal = TIBS,
        volume  = 20,
        pages   = {448--455},
        year    = 1995
}

--Cornelius.

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