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Scientists have used ultra-fast X-ray pulses to make a stop-motion "movie" of Green Fluorescent Protein changing state from dark to fluorescent, even capturing an image of it in a half-way state between dark and light. This allowed them to make a mutant version of the protein that works even better than nature's own.


(The above article does not link to the images; 5 internet points to the first person to link or post those images or the "movie").

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nice. thanks for sharing

nice. thanks for sharing


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