UCSD s Expanded Palette of Fluorescent Proteins Should Improve Multiplexed Assays | GenomeWeb

As a result of recent research conducted by scientists from the University of California at San Diego, the palette of colors available to scientists conducting image-based live-cell analysis has grown.

As powerful a technique as high-content screening and other image-base cellular analysis techniques have recently become, they are still somewhat difficult to multiplex because of the limited availability of bright, stable fluorescent proteins.

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