fluorescence of GFP in tolerance in its aa deletion?

SJohn sjohn at mednet.nospam.ucla.edu
Wed Nov 24 17:06:07 EST 1999


In article <3832B0B3.E9FC6BB1 at brookes.ac.uk>, zheng at brookes.ac.uk wrote:


>the fluorescence of GFP in tolerance of its aa deletion at both N- C-termini


Dopf and Horiagon Gene 1996 173 39-44  Showed that 2-232 were essential
but in reading a summary of the GFP symposium held in 1997 someone
reported that at Clontech they found only 227 residues necessary for
autofluorescence. Didn't say where they made the deletion though.

Scott




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