energy source for GFP

Brandt Cassidy bgcassidy at noble.org
Tue Jan 9 23:14:39 EST 1996

wklimke at gpu.srv.ualberta.ca (William Klimke) wrote:
>Does GFP require an extraneous energy source to function, and if so, can this 
>energy source (I'm assuming that it's ATP) be supplied for example in the 
>media, or does it need to be supplied by the cell.  I'm considering doing a 
>fusion to an outer membrane protein, so it would not have a readily available 
>source of energy.
> It is my understanding that GFP requires only molecular oxygen and time to fold into the proper configuration to work.

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