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  • noun Plural form of fluorophore.

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Examples

  • "To observe the molecule, we are decorating it with fluorescent markers, called fluorophores, that make it glow."

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  • "To observe the molecule, we are decorating it with fluorescent markers, called fluorophores, that make it glow."

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • "To observe the molecule, we are decorating it with fluorescent markers, called fluorophores, that make it glow."

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • "To observe the molecule, we are decorating it with fluorescent markers, called fluorophores, that make it glow."

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  • "To observe molecules, we attach reporter molecules called fluorophores that can be directly measured at the single-molecule scale.

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  • The strobe mode overcomes photophysical damage to the polymerase inflicted by excited fluorophores that occasionally “go into a bad state,” as Martin puts it.

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  • Many studies have focused on fine-tuning the fluorescence of native green fluorescent protein to provide a broad range of molecular probes, but the more significant and vast potential of employing the protein as a starting material for constructing advanced fluorophores cannot be understated.

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  • In contrast to other fluorescent proteins, there has not been a high level of interest for designing better probes in the blue region of the visible light spectrum, and a majority of the developmental research on fluorophores in this class has been focused on cyan variants.

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  • The study shows that the fluorophores evenly disperse within this core, giving rise to a nanometer-sized light-emitting structure.

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  • "We have shown that the dispersion of thousands of brightly emissive multi-porphyrin fluorophores within the polymersome membrane can be used to optically image tissue structures deep below the skin – with the potential to go even deeper," said Michael J. Therien, a professor of chemistry at Penn State.

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