GFP subcellular localization

Cornelius Krasel krasel at wpxx02.toxi.uni-wuerzburg.de
Tue Jan 23 08:39:46 EST 1996

Dr. Robert Burk (burk at aecom.yu.edu) wrote:
> Where does GFP localize?

There is a recent paper in the last 1995 issue of PNAS which shows
that GFP transiently expressed in an eukaryotic cell line (unfortunately
I forgot which one) localizes to the cytoplasm as well as the nucleus.


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