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Chris Lau clau at ITSA.UCSF.EDU
Wed Jul 17 21:06:11 EST 1996


Does anyone have any suggestion for viewing and recording the humanized
and red-shifted GFP fluorescence in whole organ or animal.  Organs from
EGFP transgenic mice unsuitable to be examined by fluorescence microscopy
will need to be analyzed with 35 mm or other camera set up.  Does anyone
know where to get (please suggest vendors) a light source for excitation
at 479 or 489 nm and camera filters for detection of 507 or 511 nm EGFP
emission?  What film(s) is the best for such photographic recording? 

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Chris Lau, Ph.D. 				Tel: 415 476-8839 
Division of Cell and Developmental Genetics 	FAX: 415 502-1613 
Department of Medicine, VAMC-111C5 
University of California, San Francisco 	E-mail : clau at itsa.ucsf.edu 
4150 Clement Street
San Francisco, CA 94121






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