||Chinese hamster ovary (CHO)
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||GFP mutant S65T was purified from recombinant bacteria for solution studies, and expressed in CHO cell cytoplasm.
||relative viscosity 5-250. This is half of the time of photobleaching that allows recovery of fluorescence