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BD Biosciences announced last week the launch of its DsRed-Monomer fluorescent protein. Derived from the Discosoma reef coral, DsRed-Monomer is ideal for multicolor applications in flow cytometry and fluorescence microscopy, the company said. The protein is very stable, which allows for monitoring of fluorescence over extended periods of time, the company added.

According to BD Biosciences, DsRed-Monomer is well tolerated by mammalian cells, and has been successfully used to create stably transfected, clonal cell lines.

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