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First fluorescent protein identified in a vertebrate.

When blue light is shone on it, this eel glows green — and the molecule that lets it do the trick is unlike any other found in living organisms.

AKIKO KUMAGAI & ATSUSHI MIYAWAKI

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First fluorescent protein identified in a vertebrate.

When blue light is shone on it, this eel glows green — and the molecule that lets it do the trick is unlike any other found in living organisms.

AKIKO KUMAGAI & ATSUSHI MIYAWAKI

Source.

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Tagged with #NATURE#biology#fluorescence#protein#cell biology
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