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Monitoring green fluorescent protein synthesis in single cells indicated that the time elapsed until the diminishing of the fluorescent light in a cell transfected with chimeric mRNAs compared to the control group was about 16 hr.
The enhanced green fluorescent protein (eGFP) transgene was replaced with the DsRed transgene following Cre recombination.
Such detection is possible because of live green fluorescent protein and organophosphorus hydrolase on a yeast cell at distances of few nanometers, which is directly doped into the sol-gel silica core [3].
Effect of 1% medium serum on the transfection of human serum albumin-polyethylenimine/plasmid enhanced green fluorescent protein
"Green fluorescent protein is amazingly useful in scientific research, because it allows researchers to look directly into the inner workings of cells," says Li, who collaborated with Burton Bluhm and others at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.
The chromophore of the green fluorescent protein, as a biomolecule from jellyfish Aequorea victoria, has been widely used as a genetically encoded noninvasive fluorescence marker in bioimaging [20].
Other concepts tackled in the monograph are the importance of the operating scale on the interaction between fluid flow and microbial cells; the stochastic simulation of the displacement of microbial cells along concentration field; and experimental results gained from the physiological response of green fluorescent protein biosensors in scale-down conditions.
Fluorescent proteins, starting with the green fluorescent protein (GFP) [3] from Aequorea victoria, have revolutionized our ability to noninvasively study living systems (1).
Supported by Dr Jeremy Brown they generated a new yeast, (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) strain expressing green fluorescent protein.
The only reported study using a fluorescent reporter protein (enhanced green fluorescent protein (EGFP)) in a haliotid species was during the transfection of ova, embryos, and sperm in Haliotis discus hannai by Wang et al.
Osamu Shimomura, who won the 2002 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his discovery of green fluorescent protein from a variety of jellyfish, has also visited the aquarium and praised the display.