HISTORY AND PERSPECTIVES: Introduction to Fluorescent Proteins. PHOTOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUORESCENT PROTEINS: Lessons Learned from the Structures of Fluorescent Proteins. Optimization of Fluorescent Proteins. Development of New Colors from Coral Fluorescent Proteins. Red Fluorescent Proteins: Multipurpose Markers for Live-Cell Imaging. Optical Highlighter Photophysical Properties. Far-Red and Near-Infared Fluorescent Proteins. APPLICATIONS: Genetically Encoded Fluorescent Proteins and FRAP. Optical Highlighters: Applications to Cell Biology. Optogenetic Tools Derived from Plant Photoreceptors. Fluorescent Proteins for FRET: Monitoring Protein Interactions in Living Cells. Superresolution Techniques Using Fluorescent Protein Technology. In Vivo Imaging Revolution Made by Fluorescent Proteins. Index.
Richard N. Day, Michael W. Davidson
"The book was thoughtfully planned, the chapter authors well chosen, and the text and illustrations carefully prepared. I found the book not only invariably useful but often a pleasure to read. It will reward the attention of everyone using or pondering the usefulness of FPs, from novice to experienced investigator." -Microscopy and Microanalysis, 2014