Anybody using Green Fl. Protein?

Dennis_Young@CIS.ucsd.edu Dennis_Young at CIS.ucsd.edu
Wed Mar 27 13:24:00 EST 1996


Chris
Only use the ser->thr65 mutant of GFP, since it works better than the native 
protein with 488 nM excitation. There are better mutants, but I haven't seen 
them commercially available yet.

Dennis
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Subject: Anybody using Green Fl. Protein?
Author:  cawort01 at roentgen.bcc.louisville.edu at @UCSD
Date:    3/26/96 2:10 PM
We are interested in using it with Flow.  any thoughts out there on this?
does it work as advertised? etc.
thanks,
Chris
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