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Licensing for Physalia (sp.) Fluorescent Protein (PFPI)

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    "The utility of GFP as a tool in molecular biology has prompted the search for other proteinaceous fluorophores. Recent alternatives include RFP and GFP mutants. There is great interest in finding new fluorescent protein family members, specifically compounds that exhibit properties not currently available in the limited number of known FPs. Novel proteins, which exhibit a broad excitation spectrum and/or an extremely red-shifted emission spectrum, have been identified in Physalia."
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    Park, Ann
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