Fluorescent Proteins: Filters, Mirrors and Wavelengths
9 May 2014

Fluorescent proteins have become a mainstay of today’s biomolecular research. Their small size, ease of use, wavelength variability and no substrate requirement make these genetic elements useful tools to answer countless numbers of experimental questions. This application guide from BioTek describes several of the commonly used technologies associated with fluorescent proteins. In addition an extensive list of fluorescent proteins, associated excitation and emission wavelengths and suggested filters and mirror combinations is provided.

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