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Japan's Osamu Shimomura and Americans Martin Chalfie and Roger Tsien share the Nobel Prize for the discovery and development of green fluorescent protein, GFP, which makes it possible to light up and see biological processes in cells and whole organisms. Steve Mirsky reports



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

 

The Nobel Prize in chemistry goes to three men who revolutionized molecular life science, Japan’s Osamu Shimomura and Americans Martin Chalfie and Roger Tsien. They developing 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 30 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 colors. The multicolor palette enables researchers to follow multiple biological processes at the same time.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I'm Steve Mirsky .

 

 

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This is scientific of American 60 seconds science,I'm Steve Mirsky,got the minutes.

 

The Nobel prize chemistry goes the three men who revolution  eyes like a eyesight . Japan's Osamu Shimomura and Americans Martin Chalfie and Roger Tsien .They developed tool to light up and see the individual protein and insde living cells.This kind maricular flashlight make it possible to study *take place in in cells and whole organisms previously and visile.Such of the development of new cells when spread of cancer cells.

 

In 1962, Shimomura and our marriged professor ,the Martin biological laboratory ***discovered the *fish produced a green fluorescent protein.GFP,the grow was one expose to over virtual light.Some thirty years later,Columbia University Chalfie show the GFP gene can be put into any organisms by making sort of fluorescent protein was expressed in the same time and other protein advantageous.

 

Researches can lately light up *they want to follow .Then send the University California San diego ,engineer's fluorescent protein in various colours.The  more dyed colour power enabled research to follows moto-biological processes at the same time.

Thanks for the minute,from scientific of American 60 seconds science.I'm Steve Mirsky.

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The Nobel prize in chemistry goes to three men who revolutionized molecular life science, Japan's Osamu Shimomura and Americans 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 a / 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 pallette enables researchers to follow multiple-biological processes at the same time.

 

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The Nobel prize in chemistry goes to three men who revolutionized molecular life science, Japan's Osamu Shimomura and Americans 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 a / 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 pallette enables researchers to follow multiple-biological processes at the same time.

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This is Scientific American’s 60 seconds science, I’m Steve Mirsky, got a minute?

 

The Nobel Prize chemistry goes to three men revolutionized the regular life science. Japan's Osamu Shimomura and Americans Martin Chalfie and Roger Tsien, they developed tools light up and to see individual proteins inside the living sells instant in regular flash lights make a possible to study numerous events take place in cells and the whole organisms. They were previously invisible such as they develop a nerve cell or a spread of cancer cells.

 

In 1962, Shimomura and an American professor move in biological laboratory …discover that Jelly fish produced a green fluorescent protein, GFP, that glows when the exposed to ultraviolet light. Some 30 years later, Columbia University’s Chalfie show 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 did literally light up events that they want to follow. Then Tsien at University of California San Diego engineer fluorescent proteins in various colors. The multilike color palette enable researchers to follow multiple biological processes at the same time.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American’s 60 seconds science, I’m Steve Mirsky.

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This is Scientific Amercan's 60-Second Sciece. I'm Steve Misky.

 

The Noble Prize in Chemistry goes to three man who revolutionlised ...life science. Japen's Osamu Shimomura and Amerca's Martin Chafie and Roger Tsien.  They developed tools to lighth up and see individual protein inside living cells. These tiny ...flash light make possible to study numerous... that take place in cells and whole organism that were previously invisible such as the development of nerve cells or the spread of cancer cells. 

 

In 1962, Shimomura and ... professor at the Marine biological laboratory ... discovered that jelly fish produce a  green .... protein,GFP. That glows when exposed to... light. Some thirty years later, Columbia University's Chalie showed that the GFP  gene coule be put into any organism.

 

By making sure the ... was expressed the same time as the other protines of interest, researchers could ... light up events they want to follow. Then ... at University of California San Diego, engineer .... in various colous. The  ... to follow ... processes at the same time.

Thanks for the minute for  Scientific Amercan's 60-Second Sciece. I'm Steve Misky.

 

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The Nobel Prize in chemistry goes to three men who revolution molecular life science, Japan’s Osamu Shimomura and Americans Martin Chalfie and Roger Tsien. They develop 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---professor at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole, discovered that --fish produce a green fluores-- protein, GFP, that glows when expose to ultraviolet light. Some 30 years later, Columbia University’s Chalfie showed that the GFP gene could be put into any organism. By making sure the fluores-- protein was expressed at the same time as other proteins of interested, researchers could literally light up events they want to follow. Then Tsien, at the University of California, San Diego, engineered fluores-- proteins in various colors. The multicolor palette enables researchers to follow multiple biological processes at the same time.

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The Nobel Prize in chemistry goes to three men who revolutionize irregular science, Japan’s Osamu Shimoumura, and America’s Martion Chalfie and Roger Tsien. They developed tools to light up and see individual proteins inside living cells. These tiny melacuslise flash lights 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, Shimoumura, now are married the professor biological laboratory also discovery that jelly produce a green fluorescent protein, GFP, that glow as one exposed to ultraviolet light.

 

Some 30 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 the same time as other proteins of interest. Researchers could literary light up events they could follow.

 

Then Tsien, at the University of CA Santiago, engineered fluorescent proteins in various colors. The multi-like biological palit enable researchers to follow multiple biological processes at the same time.

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The Nobel prize in chemistry goes to three men who revolutionized molecular life science, Japan's Osamu Shimomura and Americans 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 a married 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 pallette enables researchers to follow multiple-biological processes at the same time.

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

 

The Noble Prize in Chemistry goes to three man who revolutionlised molecular life science. Japen's Osamu Shimomura and Amerca's Martin Chafie and Roger Tsien.They developed tools to light up and see individual proteins inside living cells. These tiny molecular flushlights make it possible to study numerous events that take place in cells and whole organism that were previously invisible,such as the development of nerve cells or the spread of cancer cells.

 

In 1962, Shimomura and /this professor at the Marine biological laboratory at Woods hold 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 flourescent protein was expressed the same time as the other protines of interest, researchers could literally light up the events they want to follow. Then Tsien at University of California San Diego, engineer floursent proteins in various colors.The multicolor pilot enables researches to follow multiple  biological processes at the same time.

Thanks for the minute for a Scientific Amercan's 60-Second Sciece. I'm Steve Misky.

 

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The Noble Prize in Chemistry goes to three man who revolutionlised molecular life science. Japen's Osamu Shimomura and Amerca's Martin Chafie and Roger Tsien. They developed tools to [s]lighth[/s] light up and see individual [s]protein[/s] proteins inside living cells. These tiny [s]flash[/s] [s]light[/s] molecular flushlights make it possible to study numerous events that take place in cells and whole organism that were previously invisible,such as the development of nerve cells or the spread of cancer cells. In 1962,Shimomura and this professor at the Marine biological laboratory at Woods hold discovered that [s]jelly[/s] jellyfish [s]fish[/s] produce a green fluorescent protein,GFP. That glows when exposed to ultraviolet light. Some thirty years later,Columbia University's [s]Chalie[/s] Chalfie showed that the GFP gene [s]coule[/s] could be put into any organism. By making sure the flourescent protein was expressed the same time as the other protines of interest,researchers could literally light up the events they want to follow. Then Tsien at University of California San Diego , engineer floursent proteins in various colors. The multicolor pilot enables researchers to follow multiple biological processes at the same time.

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This is Scientific Amercan'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 Americans 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 pallette enables researchers to follow multiple-biological processes at the same time.

 

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

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This is Scientific American’s 60-second science, I’m Steve Mirsky, got a minute?

 

The Nobel Prize in chemistry goes to three men who revolutionized the molecular life science, Japan’s Osamu Shimomura, and America’s Martin Chalfie and Roger Tsien

 

 

They developed tools for to light up and see individual proteins inside living cells. These tiny molecular flash lights 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 / professor at the Marine Laboratory at the Woods Hole, discovered that jellyfish produce a green fluorescent protein, GFP that glows when exposed to ultraviolet light

 

Some 30 years later, Columbian University’s Chalfie showed that the GFP gene could be put into any organism by making sure the florescent protein was spread 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, Santiago engineered florescent proteins in various colors. The multi-color palette enables researchers to follow multiple biological processes at the same time.   

 

Thanks for the minute, for scientific America’s 60-second science, I’m Steve Mirsky

 

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to three men who revolutionize molecular life science, Japan's Osamu Shimomura and Americans 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 new xx events that take place in cells and whole organisms that were previously invisible, such as the development of the nerve cells or the spread of cancer cells.


In 1962, Shimomura, now emeritus professor at Marine Biological Laboratory xx, discovered that jelly fish 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 wanna follow. Then Tsien at the University of California, Santiago, engineered fluorescent proteins in various colors. The multi-color pallet enables researchers to follow multiple biological processes at the same time.

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to three men who revolutionize molecular life science, Japan's Osamu Shimomura and Americans 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 new xx events that take place in cells and whole organisms that were previously invisible, such as the development of the nerve cells or the spread of cancer cells.


In 1962, Shimomura, now emeritus professor at Marine Biological Laboratory xx, discovered that jelly fish 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 wanna follow. Then Tsien at the University of California, Santiago, engineered fluorescent proteins in various colors. The multi-color pallet enables researchers to follow multiple biological processes at the same time.

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