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Bright, red-shifted fluorescent proteins for in vivo imaging

Researchers from Prof. Michael Lin’s laboratory have engineered new autocatalytic, bright and red-shifted far-red fluorescent proteins (FPs) for high-resolution non-invasive imaging in small animal models. These monomeric FPs (mNeptune2, mNeptune2.5 a...
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Prolyl Hydroxylase Inhibitors as Radioprotective Drugs

Researchers in Prof. Amato Giaccia’s laboratory have discovered a novel pathway to protect normal tissues of the gastrointestinal tract from the damaging effects of radiation. This approach activates the biological response to hypoxia (low oxygen) by in...
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