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Controlling the fluorescence of ordinary oxazine dyes for single-molecule switching and superresolution microscopy.
Vogelsang, J.; et al.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 106(20), 8107-8112 (2009)
Fabian Heinemann et al.
Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids, 28(37), 13395-13404 (2012-08-16)
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) measurements are widely used for determination of diffusion coefficients of lipids and proteins in biological membranes. In recent years, several variants of FCS have been introduced. However, a comprehensive comparison of these methods on identical systems
Triple-Color Super-Resolution Imaging of Live Cells. Resolving Submicroscopic Receptor Organization in the Plasma Membrane.
Wilmes, S.; Staufenbiel, M.; Lisse, D.; Richter, Ch. P.; Beutel, O.; Busch, K. B. et al.
Angewandte Chemie (International Edition in English), 124(20), 4952-4955 (2012)
Instant Live-Cell Super-Resolution Imaging of Cellular Structures by Nanoinjection of Fluorescent Probes.
Hennig, S.; et al.
Nano Letters, 15(2), 1374-1381 (2015)
Photoinduced formation of reversible dye radicals and their impact on super-resolution imaging.
van de Linde, S.; et al.
Photochemistry and Photobiology, 10(4), 499-506 (2011)
Intrinsically Resolution Enhancing Probes for Confocal Microscopy.
Vogelsang, J.; et al.
Nano Letters, 10(2), 672-679 (2010)
PALM and STORM. Unlocking live-cell super-resolution.
Henriques, R.; Griffiths, C.; Hesper Rego, E.; Mhlanga, Musa M.
Biopolymers, 95(5), 322-331 (2011)
Verbesserte hochauflosende Mikroskopie mit Oxazinfarbstoffen in schwerem Wasser.
Lee, S. F.; Verolet, Q.; Furstenberg, A.
Angewandte Chemie (International Edition in English), 124(34), 9117-9120 (2013)
Katharina Stöhr et al.
Analytical chemistry, 77(22), 7195-7203 (2005-11-16)
Due to growing problems with new emerging pathogens, cost-effective and manageable methods for their accurate identification in routine diagnostics are urgently required. Of particular importance is the genus Mycobacterium with its more than 100 species. Identification of these species is
Sophie Roizard et al.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 133(42), 16868-16874 (2011-09-14)
G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are ubiquitous mediators of signal transduction across cell membranes and constitute a very important class of therapeutic targets. In order to study the complex biochemical signaling network coupling to the intracellular side of GPCRs, it is necessary
Zhixing Chen et al.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 134(33), 13692-13699 (2012-08-10)
Chemical tags are now viable alternatives to fluorescent proteins for labeling proteins in living cells with organic fluorophores that have improved brightness and other specialized properties. Recently, we successfully rendered our TMP-tag covalent with a proximity-induced reaction between the protein
The changing point-spread function. Single-molecule-based super-resolution imaging.
Horrocks, M. H.; Palayret, M.; Klenerman, D.; Lee, S. F.
Histochemistry and Cell Biology, 141(6), 577-585 (2014)
Direct stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy with standard fluorescent probes.
van de Linde, S.; et al.
Nature Protocols, 6(7), 991-1009 (2011)
Nicole Marmé et al.
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, 388(5-6), 1075-1085 (2007-06-15)
Fluorescence single-molecule spectroscopy is an appropriate tool for modern bioanalysis. This technique enables the development of ultra sensitive assays, especially when combined with self-quenching probes. In this review we report novel DNA, enzyme, and antibody assays based on mono-labeled fluorescent
Kiyohiko Kawai et al.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 133(39), 15568-15577 (2011-08-31)
Photoinduced charge-transfer fluorescence quenching of a fluorescent dye produces the nonemissive charge-separated state, and subsequent charge recombination makes the reaction reversible. While the information available from the photoinduced charge-transfer process provides the basis for monitoring the microenvironment around the fluorescent
Nicolas Olivier et al.
Biomedical optics express, 4(6), 885-899 (2013-06-14)
3D STORM is one of the leading methods for super-resolution imaging, with resolution down to 10 nm in the lateral direction, and 30-50 nm in the axial direction. However, there is one important requirement to perform this type of imaging:
John G Bruno et al.
Combinatorial chemistry & high throughput screening, 14(7), 622-630 (2011-05-04)
Several different approaches have been taken to development of homogeneous fluorescent aptamer assays including end-labeled beacons and signaling aptamers which are intrinsically quenched by nucleotides. Two new strategies dubbed "intrachain" and "competitive" FRET-aptamer assays are summarized in this review. Intrachain
Hossein Tezval et al.
The Prostate, 69(4), 443-448 (2008-12-06)
Expression of urocortin (Ucn) in the human benign prostate and prostate cancer has been reported recently. Ucn binds and activates corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) receptor 1 (CRFR1) and 2 (CRFR2). Activation of CRFR2 has been shown to inhibit tumor growth
Dynamic Submicroscopic Signaling Zones Revealed by Pair Correlation Tracking and Localization Microscopy.
You, Ch.; et al.
Analytical Chemistry, 86(17), 8593-8602 (2014)
Sridharan Rajagopalan et al.
Nucleic acids research, 39(6), 2294-2303 (2010-11-26)
The state of oligomerization of the tumor suppressor p53 is an important factor in its various biological functions. It has a well-defined tetramerization domain, and the protein exists as monomers, dimers and tetramers in equilibrium. The dissociation constants between oligomeric
A new probe for super-resolution imaging of membranes elucidates trafficking pathways.
Revelo, N. H.; et al.
The Journal of Cell Biology, 205(4), 591-606 (2014)
Ryoji Abe et al.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 133(43), 17386-17394 (2011-10-08)
Here, we describe a novel reagentless fluorescent biosensor strategy based on the antigen-dependent removal of a quenching effect on a fluorophore attached to antibody domains. Using a cell-free translation-mediated position-specific protein labeling system, we found that an antibody single chain
Simple buffers for 3D STORM microscopy.
van de Linde, S.; Kasper, R.; Heilemann, M.; Sauer, M.
Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics, 93(4), 725-731 (2008)
Achim Friedrich et al.
FEBS letters, 581(8), 1644-1648 (2007-04-03)
This article presents a new, highly sensitive method for the identification of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in homogeneous solutions using fluorescently labeled hairpin-structured oligonucleotides (smart probes) and fluorescence single-molecule spectroscopy. While the hairpin probe is closed, fluorescence intensity is quenched
Ana J García-Sáez et al.
The Journal of biological chemistry, 286(43), 37768-37777 (2011-09-03)
Pore-forming toxins have evolved to induce membrane injury by formation of pores in the target cell that alter ion homeostasis and lead to cell death. Many pore-forming toxins use cholesterol, sphingolipids, or other raft components as receptors. However, the role
Ruixue Zhu et al.
The journal of physical chemistry. B, 115(17), 5001-5007 (2011-04-12)
Atto655 has been widely used as an excellent probing dye through photoinduced electron transfer (PET) for biochemical processes in oligonucleotides or polypeptides. However, its photophysical properties in the presence of the quenchers guanosine and tryptophan have not been carefully studied.
Dual color localization microscopy of cellular nanostructures.
Gunkel, M.; et al.
Biotechnology Journal, 4(6), 927-938 (2009)
Sofya Kuznetsova et al.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 105(9), 3250-3255 (2008-02-28)
A generic method is described for the fluorescence "readout" of the activity of single redox enzyme molecules based on Förster resonance energy transfer from a fluorescent label to the enzyme cofactor. The method is applied to the study of copper-containing
Søren Preus et al.
Chembiochem : a European journal of chemical biology, 13(14), 1990-2001 (2012-09-01)
Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET) is a powerful tool for monitoring molecular distances and interactions at the nanoscale level. The strong dependence of transfer efficiency on probe separation makes FRET perfectly suited for "on/off" experiments. To use FRET to obtain
Gerhild Zauner et al.
Chemistry (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany), 13(25), 7085-7090 (2007-06-20)
A fluorescence-based system to sense oxygen in solution is described. The method exploits the sensitivity of the endogenous fluorescence of type-3 copper proteins towards the presence of oxygen by translating the near-UV emission of the protein to label fluorescence in
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