proteins that are fluorescent in the visible

Jay Miller jhmiller at helix.nih.gov
Fri Jan 23 18:14:06 EST 1998

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the experts in fluorescence.

In <6aad9a$8oe$3 at news.iastate.edu>, denglish at iastate.edu (Doug) writes:
>I am looking for proteins with prosthetic groups which fluoresce in the visible
>to use in protein folding or enzyme kinetic studies using laser induced fluorescence
>at wavelengths longer than 450 nm.  I am aware of the flavoenzymes.  Are there
>any other proteins which have visible fluorescence that are stable in solution,
>are enzymes, or may lend them selfs well to reversible denaturation?  Are there
>dyes which can be used to label proteins for these types of studies?

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