GFP


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GFP

abbreviation for green fluorescent protein.

GFP

abbrev. GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN.
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But when GFP is excited by light at a wavelength of 395 nanometers, an internal proton exchange disposes of some of the energy before the rest is shed as fluorescent light.
Mangrove Systems is a privately held networking company developing the industry's first family of GFP (generic framing procedure) based Transport Aware Switching (TM) system.
In drug discovery research, GFP can help evaluate the potential of a drug candidate.
Aurora's proprietary GFP technology and intellectual property position further strengthen Ceres' integrated plant genomics platform," said Mark Vaeck, Ph.
Describes new extensions to SDH/SONET standards to provide more granularity and flexibility in their structures, enabling the efficient transport of data-related signals such as Ethernet and FICON Presents comprehensive sections on the implementation of multi-service transport platforms (MSTP) enabled by VCAT, LCAS and GFP Provides valuable advice on how to exploit existing networks to create or extend LANs towards metro (MAN) or wide (WAN) area networks and also to support storage area (SAN) networks This volume will appeal to manufacturers, engineers and all those involved in developing and deploying SDH, SONET and OTN technology.
GFP's are widely used as research tools, with over 2200 publications relating to GFP to date.
To make the most efficient use of their installed networks, carriers are motivated to connect Ethernet traffic by adding GFP encapsulation functionality to a variety of multi-service switching equipment including SONET/SDH add-drop multiplexers, wireless uplinks, LAN/WAN routers and media gateways," said Rammy Bahalul, senior product line manager with Mindspeed.
Under the terms of the agreement, Wyeth-Ayerst Research was granted rights to use Aurora's GFP mutant technology, one of Aurora's genomic platforms, for certain internal purposes, including use in transgenic organisms.
Building on the VCAT, GFP and LCAS standards for PDH networks, which were ratified in late 2004, these important new recommendations (TD484/485) provide the framework for how the carriers will manage the services offered over a bonded group of circuits.
Under the terms of the agreement, Genentech was granted certain rights to use Aurora's GFP technology, one of Aurora's genomic platforms, for various in-vitro and in-vivo applications.