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Fluorescent Proteins for Cellular Imaging and Drug Development


LaLolla, CA (November 14-15, 2005)

Fluorescent proteins can be used as reporters in drug discovery to track the activity of drugs and targets in the context of a living cell. Researchers can use this fluorescent probe to attach to their protein of interest, and be able to visualize the manipulation of targets, genes and proteins. This exciting tool allows unprecedented insight into the machinery of cells, and is used for the prioritization of targets and monitoring the biological activity of compounds. It can also be instrumental in evaluating a range of subcellular changes, such as gene and protein expression, protein or organelle trafficking, receptor biology, and signal transduction. This powerful technique for cellular imaging will ultimately impact and improve your success rate in screening compounds against cancer, infectious disease, and regenerative medicine.

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