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GFP

(cell and molecular biology)
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Global-level decisions will be directly transmitted to country level by the GFP.
Additional information about GFP can be found at http://www.
We constructed two AhR-regulated reporter plasmids, p1A1Luc and plA1GFP, by fusing a portion of the 5' regulatory region (-1612/+292) of the AhR-regulated gene CYP1A1 to the cDNA sequences of firefly luciferase and jellyfish GFP, respectively.
Beyond its effective use of GFP, Lin's work marks the first demonstration that scientists can permanently add functioning genes to the zebrafish, notes Mark C.
This agreement also underscores the view GFP that New Zealand is an attractive forestry investment location.
So far, scientists mutating GFP have changed its color only slightly.
With the introduction of Xilinx's RocketPHY physical layer transceiver family and the Paxonet GFP cores, we lead the industry in providing a complete range of SONET solutions extending to 10 Gbps line rates.
Prior to that, he was a director at GFP Advisors, handling capital-raising and mergers & acquisitions.
According to Scott Clavenna, President of PointEast Research, "Carriers are looking to GFP (generic framing procedure) as a method of supporting a wide range of service types and protocols over their embedded SONET infrastructure.
Under the terms of the agreement, APBiotech will gain an exclusive license to BioImage's European patent portfolio on GFP, including the right to sublicense the technology.
The PathHunter approach offers a number of advantages for analysis of protein function, as it requires no antibodies GFP, or imaging and there is no need to wait for expression of a reporter gene.
Chemical products produced by Ceres, based on the use of the GFP license granted, are subject to downstream payment obligations to Aurora.