green fluorescent protein

Mon Sep 25 07:58:30 EST 1995

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In a message dated 95-09-20 12:14:05 EDT, BIOSCI-REQUEST at writes:

>Subj:	green fluorescent protein
>Date:	95-09-20 12:14:05 EDT
>From:	klennon at
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>Does anyone have any experience with expressing green fluorescent protein in

>S. cerevisiae? I'm considering trying to localize my protein of interest and

>was wondering if there are drawbacks I should consider before cancelling my 
>order for antibodies and go for it!!
>Thanks in advance for your help.
>klennon at
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