GFP


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GFP

abbreviation for green fluorescent protein.

GFP

abbrev. GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN.
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Balance is the key a large, strong fighting force across land, sea and air backed by a resilient economy and defensible territory, along with an efficient infrastructure such qualities are those used to round out a particular nation's total fighting strength on paper,' the GFP ranking states.
If GFP is lost or damaged while in the possession of a contractor, the contractor notifies the KO and the property administrator informs the unit.
In DF1 cells, there is no GFP expression in the absence of cumate (upper panel), but slightly leaky GFP expression was apparent in QM7 cells.
1 kb fragment containing trpC promotor and GFP gene with an initial denaturing cycle of 4 min at 95, followed by 35 cycles of 95oC for 30s (denaturation), 1 min at 55oC, 72oC for 2 min (annealing) and 72oC for 1min (elongation).
An acquisition time of 300 ms and an EMCCD gain of 3800 were used for both systems, for all samples, except for the GFP control.
For example, Musek (2007) confirmed the existence of a GFP (the Big One) characterized by high versus low Emotionality Stability, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, Extraversion and Openness.
Additionally, in 2011, the DoD noted GFP accountability as a material weakness in its annual statement of assurance report to Congress.
To easily detect male embryos in utero and circumvent embryonic lethality, a male-specific promoter (xol-1) is used to drive expression of GFP.
Promoter fusion plasmids of flhD and ompR to GFP were used.
However, in the new circuits, the inputs stably alter regions of DNA that control GFP production.
In brief, the GFP PLA proximity probes were prepared by mixing 5 [micro]L GFP biotinylated antibody (200 nmol/L) with 5 [micro]L of either 3'-free end or 5'-free end streptavidin-conjugated oligonucleotide (200 nmol/L) in 2 separate 200-[micro]L plastic tubes.