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FRAP Soluble GFP in a Living Cell

This video shows a FRAP (fluorescence recovery after photobleaching) soluble GFP (green fluorescent protein) in a living cell. The images were captured in real time using Andor’s MicroPoint system.

Photobleaching is used in FRAP to study the kinetics of a targeted mobile pool of molecules in cells, embryos and organelles.

Run Time – 0:31sec

Active Illumination: High Speed FRAP Kinetics - Andor Technology

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