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Fluorescence live cell imaging
Ettinger A and Wittmann T. Methods Cell Biol 2014 - Review. PMID 24974023 Free PMC article.
Fluorescent protein (FP) tags, live cell dyes, and other methods to fluorescently label proteins of interest provide a range of tools to investigate virtually any cellular process under the microscope. ...
Fluorescent protein (FP) tags, live cell dyes, and other methods to fluorescently label proteins of interest provide a range of tools …
Fluorescent reporter transgenic mice for in vivo live imaging of angiogenesis and lymphangiogenesis
Doh SJ, et al. Angiogenesis 2018 - Review. PMID 29971641 Free PMC article.
For instance, GFP, mOrange, tdTomato, and other fluorescent proteins can be expressed under control of a lymphatic-specific marker like Prospero-related homeobox 1 (Prox1), which is a highly conserved transcription factor for determining embryonic organogenesis in vertebrates that is implicated in lymphangiogenesis as well as several human cancers. ...In human adults, Prox1 maintains lymphatic endothelial cells and upregulates proteins associated with lymphangiogenesis (e.g., VEGFR-3) and downregulates angiogenesis-associated gene expression (e.g., STAT6). ...
For instance, GFP, mOrange, tdTomato, and other fluorescent proteins can be expressed under control of a lymphatic-specific marker li …
Single-cell western blotting
Hughes AJ, et al. Nat Methods 2014. PMID 24880876 Free PMC article.
A microscope slide supporting a 30-μm-thick photoactive polyacrylamide gel enables western blotting: settling of single cells into microwells, lysis in situ, gel electrophoresis, photoinitiated blotting to immobilize proteins and antibody probing. ...The scWestern quantified target proteins even with off-target antibody binding, multiplexed to 11 protein targets per single cell with detection thresholds of <30,000 molecules, and supported analyses of low starting cell numbers (∼200) when integrated with FACS. ...
A microscope slide supporting a 30-μm-thick photoactive polyacrylamide gel enables western blotting: settling of single cells into microwell …
Green fluorescent protein
Chalfie M. Photochem Photobiol 1995 - Review. PMID 7480149
The most studied of these proteins have been the GFPs from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria and the sea pansy Renilla reniformis. ...The heterologous expression of the gfp cDNA has also meant that it could be mutated to produce proteins with different fluorescent properties. ...
The most studied of these proteins have been the GFPs from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria and the sea pansy Renilla reniformis. ...T …
Efficient backsplicing produces translatable circular mRNAs
Wang Y and Wang Z. RNA 2015. PMID 25449546 Free PMC article.
The resulting circRNA can be translated to generate functional proteins. Unlike linear mRNA, poly-adenosine or poly-thymidine in 3' UTR can inhibit circular mRNA translation. ...
The resulting circRNA can be translated to generate functional proteins. Unlike linear mRNA, poly-adenosine or poly-thymidine in 3' U …
Fluorescence microscopy
Peter S, et al. Methods Mol Biol 2014 - Review. PMID 24057380
This is due to the high sensitivity, good spatial resolution, minimal invasiveness, and availability of autofluorescent proteins, which can be specifically fused to a distinct protein of interest. ...
This is due to the high sensitivity, good spatial resolution, minimal invasiveness, and availability of autofluorescent proteins, whi …
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