Can GFPuv be used in protein localization in yeast?

Finsen jwwang at sunm.shcnc.ac.cn
Sat Aug 26 03:30:29 EST 2000


I want to use green fluorescent protein (GFP) fusion protein method to
study the subcellular localization of a S. cerevisiae protein. I found
that some researchs used
F64L S65T variant GFP and got good results, and I want to know whether
GFPuv
can be also used in protein localization in yeast.

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Ji-Wu Wang
P.O. Box 13
Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry
Chinese Academy of Sciences
320 Yue-Yang Road
200031 Shanghai
P.R. China


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