Fluorescent Protein Biosensor Literature References

Genetically-encoded fluorescent protein biosensors based on the resonance energy transfer (FRET) between fluorescent moieties of different spectral characteristics enable quantitative measurement of intracellular enzyme activities and small molecule concentrations. A biosensor is defined as a detection system that relies on a biomolecule for molecular recognition and a transducer to produce an observable output. In recent years, fluorescent proteins have emerged as one of the best candidates for constructing biosensors having a wide spectrum of activities.

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