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fluorescence energy transfer


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fluorescence energy transfer

fluorescence resonance energy transfer

fluorescence resonance energy transfer

Förster theory of fluorescence energy transfer

Förster theory of fluorescence energy transfer

Detection of programmed cell death using fluorescence energy transfer

Analysis of the RNase H activity by fluorescence resonance energy transfer

Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET) based molecular detection of a genetically modified PCB degrader in soil

Domain-specific fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) sensors of metallothionein/thionein

Fluorescence resonance energy transfer analysis of the folding pathway of Engrailed Homeodomain

Illuminating the reaction pathway of the FokI restriction endonuclease by fluorescence resonance energy transfer

Structural study of DNA duplexes containing the (6–4) photoproduct by fluorescence resonance energy transfer

Single nucleotide polymorphism detection by combinatorial fluorescence energy transfer tags and biotinylated dideoxynucleotides

Real-time monitoring of in vitro transcriptional RNA synthesis using fluorescence resonance energy transfer

Efficiencies of fluorescence resonance energy transfer and contact‐mediated quenching in oligonucleotide probes

Efficiency enhancement of long-range energy transfer by seqencial multistep FRET using fluorescence labeled DNA

Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer Analysis of Bid Activation in Living Cells during Ultraviolet-induced Apoptosis

Analysis of the Conformational Change of Myosin during ATP Hydrolysis Using Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer

RecQ Helicase-catalyzed DNA Unwinding Detected by Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer

 

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A process of energy transfer between two fluorophors, which can occur when the emission spectrum of the first fluorophor overlaps the absorption spectrum of the second fluorophor. Quenching of the ...

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