Long red shifted GFP?

A. S. Goustin Lab hivlab at CMB.BIOSCI.WAYNE.EDU
Fri Oct 24 16:35:43 EST 1997


On 21 Oct 1997, Pierre Rodrigues wrote:

>=20
> Damian Purcell <purcell at BURNET.EDU.AU> a =E9crit dans l'article
> <v02130500b0689b6627c9@[203.0.141.212]>...
> > Has anybody heard of a GFP variant (or other fluorescent protein) that
> has
> > an excitation maxima around 488nm, but emits in the yellow (580nm) or
> long
> > red wavelengths (670nm).

Check out two articles in Current Biology which will blow your mind!  Is
fluorescent emission at >600 nm red enough for you?

Elowitz MB, Surette MG, Wolf P-E, Stock J, Leibler S. (1997).
     Photoactivation turns green fluorescent protein red.
     Current Biology 7(10), 809-812.

also on pag R606-607, Kenneth E Sawin and Paul Nurse write about
"Photoacivation of green fluorescent protein".





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