Properties of extrinsic chromophore fluorescent proteins

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Organism Generic
Reference Sanford L, Palmer A. Recent Advances in Development of Genetically Encoded Fluorescent Sensors. Methods Enzymol. 2017 589: 1-49. doi: 10.1016/bs.mie.2017.01.019 pp.8-9 table 2PubMed ID28336060
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Comments P.4 2nd paragraph: "As with intrinsic chromophore FPs [fluorescent proteins], proteins in this category have been identified as naturally derived FPs and have been engineered to be practically useful for scientific applications (Table 2) (Shcherbakova, Shemetov, Kaberniuk, & Verkhusha, 2015 PMID 25706899). Extrinsic chromophore FPs can have significant advantages over intrinsic chromophore FPs, including smaller size, fluorescence under anaerobic conditions, or more red-shifted wavelengths. They are, however, less fully characterized and optimized than intrinsic chromophore FPs." See notes beneath table
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