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Fluorogenic Compounds for Superresolution Imaging in Biological Systems

Researchers at Stanford and Kent State have patented a broad new class of photoactivatable and fluorogenic compounds for ultrasensitive detection and imaging single molecules in either live or fixed cells. These compounds can be made fluorescent in a cell...
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Light-Driven Energy Generation in E. coli (MBARI)

This invention is a patented proteorhodopsin proton pump that can be harnessed in E. coli bacteria to potentially create a microbial fuel cell that converts light energy to chemical energy. This protein was discovered in marine bacterium and was the firs...
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