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A new cyan fluorescent protein will make cellular imaging more sensitive

Scientists have designed a molecule which emits turquoise light more efficiently than seen before in living cells. This improves the sensitivity of imaging of biological processes inside a living cell.



Advanced imaging systems follow fluorescent RNA movement in living cells

Three DeltaVision Core systems and an OMX 'super resolution' instrument to study how RNA behaves in real time



Fluorescent probes light up cancerous tumours

A team of researchers has developed biological probes that can stick to and light up tumours in mice.



Hoping for a fluorescent basket case

Researchers describe in detail how new virus particles assemble at the membrane of infected cells, and are released to attack healthy cells nearby.



Simple fluorescent detector for tuberculosis

Researchers have developed an onsite method to quickly diagnose tuberculosis (TB) and expose the deadly drug-resistant strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis that can mingle undetected with treatable strains.



Locked nucleic acid fluorescent probes provide novel alternative

Locked nucleic acid is a promising and powerful technology for real-time quantitative polymerase chain reaction.



Use of fluorescent dyes increases in development of peptide products

Dr. David Woodhouse looks at a range of peptide productsto design and satisfy the requirements of drug discoveryand development activities.



Simple fluorescent detector for TB

Scientists have developed an onsite method to quickly diagnose tuberculosis and expose the deadly drug-resistant strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis that can mingle undetected with treatable strains.



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