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Chemists Discover a Fluorophore that Will Open New Doors in Optical Imaging

10:37 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | BioScience Technology

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have discovered a new, smaller type of fluorophore derived from the amino acid tryptophan, commonly found in turkey, that will enable new spectroscopic and microscopic measurements of proteins, opening new doors in the study of biological processes.
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