Prediction of first hyperpolarizability of fluorescent proteins

Evelien De Meulenaere, Marc de Wergifosse, Edith Botek, Jos Vanderleyden, Benoit Champagne, Koen Clays

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In an attempt to investigate the predictability of nonlinear optical properties of fluorescent proteins, we have experimentally and theoretically determined the first hyperpolarizability of eGFP, eYFP, ZsYellow, DsRed, mStrawberry and mCherry. Our first comparisons between experiment and calculations meet our expectations and point out some key features, e.g. the strong dependence on x-ray data and sensitivity to environmental factors like pH and ionic strength.
langue originaleAnglais
Pages (de - à)522
journalAIP Conference Proceedings
Volume1642
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étatPublié - 2015

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De Meulenaere, E., de Wergifosse, M., Botek, E., Vanderleyden, J., Champagne, B., & Clays, K. (2015). Prediction of first hyperpolarizability of fluorescent proteins. AIP Conference Proceedings, 1642, 522. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4906733
De Meulenaere, Evelien ; de Wergifosse, Marc ; Botek, Edith ; Vanderleyden, Jos ; Champagne, Benoit ; Clays, Koen. / Prediction of first hyperpolarizability of fluorescent proteins. Dans: AIP Conference Proceedings. 2015 ; Vol 1642. p. 522.
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