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*  Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching
Fluorescence microscope Photobleaching Fluorescence loss in photobleaching (FLIP) Axelrod, D; Koppel, D; Schlessinger, J; Elson ... Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) is a method for determining the kinetics of diffusion through tissue or cells ... Houtsmuller, AB (2005). "Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching: Application to nuclear proteins". Advances in Biochemical ... Soumpasis, D (1983). "Theoretical analysis of fluorescence photobleaching recovery experiments". Biophysical Journal. 41 (1): ...
*  Ethanol-induced non-lamellar phases in phospholipids
Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching (FRAP). Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching Cell and Development Biology ... Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) is a photochemical process applied to fluorophores when they lose their ... fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP), nearest-neighbor recognition (NNR), and atomic molecular dynamics ... It also rejuvenates the fluorescence of the fluorophore and monitors how long this process takes to occur overtime. Nearest ...
*  Fluorescence loss in photobleaching
Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching Fluorescence Microscope Photobleaching Robert C. Dickson; Michael Dean Mendenhall ( ... FLIP is often used and is closely associated with Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP). The major difference ... Fluorescence Loss in Photobleaching (FLIP) is a fluorescence microscopy technique used to examine movement of molecules inside ... Photobleaching can then occur. Between each bleach pulse, it is necessary to allow time for recovery of fluorescent material. ...
*  Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz
Lippincott-Schwartz and her lab began doing this by using fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP). Through this ... Lippincott-Schwartz's lab continues to utilize fluorescence-based imaging techniques including PALM, fluorescence ... Subach FV, et al., "Photoactivatable mCherry for high-resolution two-color fluorescence microscopy", Nature Methods, 2009 ... Such live cell imaging techniques include green fluorescent protein fusion alongside photobleaching and photoactivation ...
*  Virtual Cell
... page VCell user forum VCell Model Database Tutorial about using VCell to simulate Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching ( ...
*  Reticulon
Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) analysis has shown that increased expression of RTNLB13 decreases the ... Fluorescence was detected in modified ER structures of those yeast cells and the localization of the FLS2 was defected. In ... Many studies in animals have found that inhibition of a NogoA interaction has promoted axon growth and recovery after a spinal ... but the RHD hydrophobic region is able to target protein-RTN to the ER by green fluorescence. Without the RHD, there is no ...
*  Lipid bilayer characterization
This potential complication has been given an argument against the use of one of fluorescence recovery after photobleaching ( ... By fitting this recovery curve it is possible to calculate the diffusion coefficient of the bilayer. An argument against the ... Fluorescence microscopy is a technique whereby certain molecules can be excited with one wavelength of light and will emit ... In traditional fluorescence microscopy the resolution has been limited to approximately half the wavelength of the light used. ...
*  ATG4B
... in live cells using Förster resonance energy transfer and fluorescence recovery after photobleaching". Journal of Biomedical ...
*  Sim scanner
... making the Sim Scanner suitable for such applications as Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP), Fluorescence loss ... in photobleaching (FLIP), photoactivation and photoconversion. Sim Scanner in Nature Methods. ...
*  List of MeSH codes (E05)
... fluorescence polarization immunoassay MeSH E05.196.712.516.600.393 --- fluorescence recovery after photobleaching MeSH E05.196. ... fluorescence MeSH E05.200.500.620.670.325.350.125 --- chromosome painting MeSH E05.200.500.620.670.325.680 --- primed in situ ... fluorescence MeSH E05.200.750.600.670.325.350.125 --- chromosome painting MeSH E05.200.750.600.670.325.680 --- primed in situ ... fluorescence MeSH E05.393.661.475.350.125 --- chromosome painting MeSH E05.393.661.475.680 --- primed in situ labeling MeSH ...
*  Membrane fluidity
... fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) involves photobleaching a uniformly labelled membrane with an intense laser ... Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) monitors the fluctuations in fluorescence intensity measured from a small number of ... In fluorescence, steady-state anisotropy of the probe can be used, in addition to the rotation correlation time of the ... Fluorescence experiments involve observing fluorescent probes incorporated into the membrane. Solid state deuterium nuclear ...
*  FRAP
... Full Tissue Full microscope field insertion to fluorescence recovery after photobleaching, experimental technique in ... a simple assay of antioxidant content in foods Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching, an experimental technique in cell ...
*  Fluorophore
Fluorescent dyes Fluorescence in the life sciences Dark quencher Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) - an ... fluorescence)) or to relay their fluorescence at even longer wavelength (see article FRET) See more on fluorescence principle. ... These characteristics drive other properties, including the photobleaching or photoresistance (loss of fluorescence upon ... Fluorescence particles are not considered fluorophores (quantum dot: 2-10 nm diameter, 100-100,000 atoms). The size of the ...
*  Photobleaching
... in which movement of cellular components can be confirmed by observing a recovery of fluorescence at the site of photobleaching ... in which multiple rounds of photobleaching is done so that the spread of fluorescence loss can be observed in cell. Loss of ... Photobleaching may also be exploited to study the motion and/or diffusion of molecules, for example via the FRAP, ... In optics, photobleaching (sometimes termed fading) is the photochemical alteration of a dye or a fluorophore molecule such ...
*  Orange carotenoid protein
Another protein, the fluorescence recovery protein (FRP), interacts with the CTD in OCPR and catalyzes the reaction which ... Mutant cells engineered to lack OCP photobleach under high light and become photoinhibited more rapidly under fluctuating light ... Photoprotection Xanthophylls Biological pigments Orange carotenoid N-terminal domain Phycobilisome Fluorescence recovery ... Several lines of evidence suggest that it is the 660 nm fluorescence emission band of the APC core which is quenched by OCPR. ...
*  Methods to investigate protein-protein interactions
Typically one binding partner is labeled with a fluorescence probe (although sometimes intrinsic protein fluorescence from ... Recovery of Biological Products XIII. Quebec City, Quebec. Archived from the original on 2010-11-04. Gadella TW (2008). FRET ... Furthermore, the two-photon and three-photon excitation practically eliminates photobleaching effects and provide ultra-fast ... With fluorescence correlation spectroscopy, one protein is labeled with a fluorescent dye and the other is left unlabeled. The ...