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Tamayo-Nunez, Jessica; de la Mora, Javier; Padilla-Vaca, Felipe; Idalia Vargas-Maya, Nauru; Rangel-Serrano, Angeles; Anaya-Velazquez, Fernando; Paramo-Perez, Itzel; Elizabeth Reyes-Martinez, Juana; Liliana Espana-Sanchez, Beatriz; Franco, Bernardo (2020)

AEBLUE CHROMOPROTEIN COLOR IS TEMPERATURE DEPENDENT

Protein Pept. Lett. 27(1):74-84
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Marine sessile organisms display a color palette that is the result of the expression of fluorescent and non-fluorescent proteins. Fluorescent proteins have uncovered transcriptional regulation, subcellular localization of proteins, and the fate of cells during development. Chromoproteins have received less attention until recent years as bioreporters. Here, we studied the properties of aeBlue, a a 25.91 kDa protein from the anemone Actinia equina.