Illuminating Life

Since its discovery 50 years ago, Green Fluorescent Protein has become one of the most useful tools in biology.

1 July 2012

BBC Focus

In the July issue of BBC Focus, a photo feature about the history and significance of Green Fluorescent Protein, first isolated from jellyfish in 1962 and since used to hight genes, trace the curves of brainbows, and shed light on millions of molecular mysteries within living cells.

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