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This is Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I'm Steve Misky.Got a minute?

 

The Nobel prize in chemistry goes to three men who revolutionized molecular life science, Japan's Osamu Shimomura and American’s Martin Chalfie and Roger Tsien.They developed tools to light up and see individual proteins inside living cells.These tiny molecular flashlights make it possible to study numerous events that take place in/ cells and whole organisms that were previously invisible such as the development of nerve cells or the spread of cancer cells.

 

In 1962, Shimomura now emeritus professor at the Marine biological laboratory at Woods Hole, discovered that jellyfish produce a green fluorescent protein, GFP. That glows when exposed to ultraviolet light. Some thirty years later, Columbia University's Chalfie showed that the GFP gene could be put into any organism.

 

By making sure the fluorescent protein was expressed at the same time as other proteins of interest, researchers could literally light up events they want to follow. Then Tsien at the University of California San diego, engineered fluorescent proteins in various colours. The multicolor palette enables researchers to follow multiple-biological processes at the same time.

 

Thanks for the minute for a Scientific American 60-Second Science. I'm Steve Misky.

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