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Fluorescent Proteins in New Colours

24 February 2017 – Researchers from Jülich and Dusseldorf have succeeded in taking an important step towards making LOV proteins more usable for future biotechnological applications. These glowing protein molecules regulate many light-dependent processes in plant and bacterial cells. They also have favourable properties for various light-based applications. This means they could serve as a new class of molecular markers to analyse cellular processes using fluorescence microscopy.

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