EGFP

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EGFPEnhanced Green Fluorescent Protein
EGFPE-Green Fluorescent Protein (plants)
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To confirm the efficiency of eGFP-linked with either LILRB1R, -B1S, -B3R, and -B3S and mock control (empty eGFP vector), these constructs were transfected into the HD11 cell line.
[5] Nonstandard abbreviations: NPS, new psychoactive substance; SCs, synthetic cannabinoids; HRMS, high-resolution mass spectrometry; CB, cannabinoid; [beta]arr2,[beta]-arrestin 2; GPCR, G-protein-coupled receptor; LgBiT, large BiT; SmBiT, small BiT; EGFP, enhanced green fluorescent protein; dNGFR, truncated nerve growth factor receptor; THC, [[DELTA].sup.9]-tetrahydrocannabinol; RLU, relative light units.
Although the fusion of single-color protein fluorescent labels (eGFP) to SpdCas9 has been described [39, 66], multiple labels are required to differentiate interchromosomal and intrachromosomal loci within the nucleus.
HeLa cells that expressed eGFP (eGFP-HeLa) were injected subcutaneously into the backs of nude mice (n = 3) at 1 x [10.sup.7]/ml/mouse.
In [Pirt.sup.-/-] mice, the coding region of Pirt was replaced with an EGFP gene as described in our previous study [15].
Caption: FIGURE 1: The optimal transfection screening for pEGFP-C1-CAV1 plasmid in hippocampal neurons under the plasmid-liposome at the ratio of 2.5: 3.75 (a1), 5: 7.5 (b1), and 7.5: 11.25 (c1) was evaluated by EGFP fluorescent intensity, respectively.
No modification to the binding activity of ADAMTS13 due to the attached eGFP molecule is expected, since the binding and cleavage site are spatially separated [37].
More recently, the green fluorescent protein (GFP or eGFP) has become the reporter of choice for in vitro time lapse imaging and in vivo analysis [19].
After another 2 days, the medium was replaced with fresh medium containing RA, and the expression of enhanced green fluorescent protein (eGFP) was assessed under an inverted fluorescence microscope (OLYMPUS IX51) to identify neural progenitor cells (NPCs).
Adult male Sprague-Dawley rats (eGFP transgenic rat) (9~10 weeks old, Japan SLC, Hamamatsu, Japan) were anaesthetized, and subcutaneous tissue was carefully dissected under aseptic conditions.
This recombinant vector is suitable for further analyses to investigate the expression of the phytase gene along with the EGFP transgene.
The mouse strain C57BL/6-Tg(ACTBEGFP)1Osb/J carries a transgene of an enhanced green fluorescent protein in chromosome 15 (briefly eGFP C57BL/6 strain) and was received with the assistance of A.