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Photoactivation of PA/ GFP in Nuclear and Cytoplasmic Compartments

This video shows the photoactivation of the highly soluble PA/GFP (photoactivated green fluorescent protein) in the nuclear and cytoplasmic compartments.

The image of the compartmentalized PA/ GFP was acquired in real time using Andor’s active illumination system.

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Active Illumination: Photoactivation - Compartmentalized Dynamics - Andor Technology

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