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Angiopoietin-1 Promotes the Integrity of Neovascularization in the Subcutaneous Matrigel of Type 1 Diabetic Rats.
Before STZ was dissolved in 0.l mol/L, pH 4.2-4.5 sterile citric acid-sodium citrate buffer, the final concentration was 1% STZ, by a single intraperitoneal injection of 55mg/kg body weight. Peripheral blood from the tail vein was then tested to confirm diabetes induction after 72h.
What is the molecular weight of DNA coding green fluorescent protein, approximately, how many base pairs are there?
Warsaw University of Technology. What is the molecular weight of DNA coding green fluorescent protein, approximately, how many base pairs are there? Green Fluorescent Protein. Popular Answers 1. GFP is around 720 bp239 AA 26.9kDa. All Answers 5. GFP is around 720 bp239 AA 26.9kDa.
Rapid characterization of green fluorescent protein fusion proteins on the molecular and cellular level by fluorescence correlation microscopy PNAS.
Fluorescence correlation microscopy FCM was applied to characterize fusion proteins of the green fluorescent protein GFP on the cellular as well as molecular level within seconds in an integrated instrument. FCM combines the inherent sensitivity and high spatial resolution of fluorescence correlation spectroscopy with fluorescence imaging and micropositioning, thereby providing a spectrum of molecular information in the cellular context.
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Cité dans 22 livres de 2001 à 2007. Références à ce livre. Advances in Biophotonics. Brian Wilson, Valeri Viktorovich Tuchin, S. Tanev Aucun aperçu disponible 2005. Molecular Imaging I. Wolfhard Semmler, Markus Schwaiger Aperçu limité 2008. Handbook of Biomedical Fluorescence.
Enhanced Green Fluorescent Protein EGFP 4999 BioVision, Inc.
Appearance Lyophilized protein. Physical Form Description Freeze Dried. Molecular Weight 32.7 kDa. Purity by SDS-PAGE 97%. Purity by 97%. Endotoxin Level 0.1 ng/g. Reconstitution Instructions Reconstitute with PBS to 1 mg/ml. Handling Centrifuge the vial prior to opening. Storage Conditions 20C. Shipping Conditions Gel Pack. USAGE For Research Use Only! Not to be used in humans. The recombinant EGFP is expressed and purified from transformed E. coli using a method that ensures high purity and maximal GFP fluorescence.
Molecular Molecular mass mass of of green green fluorescent fluorescent protein protein Aequorea Aequorea victoria victoria BNID BNID 111748. 111748. Search Search BioNumbers BioNumbers The The Database Database of of Useful Useful Biological Biological N
On binding Ca2, aequorin undergoes an intramolecular reaction, yielding a blue fluorescent protein in the singlet excited state, which transfers its energy by resonance to GFP. The acceptor of energy in GFP is a chromophore consisting of an imidazolone ring structure refs 24." Entered by Uri M. Average molecular mass of protein.
GFP Introduction.
The evolutionary relationship of Aequorea GFP and Renilla GFP is not known, since the amino acid sequence of the latter has not yet been determined. The primary structure of Aequorea GFP was deduced from the cDNA sequence 9. Aequorea GFP is a protein of 238 amino acids with a molecular weight of 27 or 30 kDa.
GFP Antibody B-2 SCBT Santa Cruz Biotechnology.
Several GFP mutants have been developed, including EGFP, which fluoresce more intensely than the wildtype GFP and have shifted excitation maxima, making them useful for FACS and fluorescence microscopy as well as double-labeling applications. GFP is widely used in expression vectors as a fusion protein tag, allowing expression and monitoring of heterologous proteins fused to GFP. For Research Use Only. Not Intended for Diagnostic or Therapeutic Use. Alexa Fluor is a trademark of Molecular Probes Inc, OR, USA.
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