Direct quantitation of Mg2+ - RNA interactions use of a fluorescent dye Dan Grilley, Ana Maria Soto, and David E. Draper
A Method in Enzymology for Measuring Intracellular Protease Activities in Live Cells Beverly Z. Packard and Akira Komoriya
Using Fluorophore-labeled Oligonucleotides to Measure Affinities of Protein-DNA Interactions Brian J. Anderson and Joel F. Schildbach
Site-Selective Red-Edge Effects Alexander P. Demchenko
Multiparametric Probing of Microenvironment with Solvatochromic Fluorescent Dyes Andrey S. Klymchenko and Alexander Demchenko
Pteridine Probes for Nucleic Acid Analysis Mary E. Hawkins
Application of Single Molecule Spectroscopy in Studying Enzyme Kinetics and Mechanism Jue Shi, Ari Gafni, and Duncan Steel
Fluorescence Approaches in Quantifying Bio-Molecular Interactions Catherine A. Royer and Suzanne
Applications of Up-Conversion Methods in Studies of Proteins and Peptides Jay Knutson
Spectroscopic Studies of Molecular Solvent Relaxation Mark Maroncelli
Single Molecule Fluorescence Studies of the Dynamics of Gene Regulation Jie Xiao
New Fluorescence Methods for Studies of Muscle Proteins Robert E. Dale
Fluorescence Probes for Analysis of Membrane Proteins Amitabha Chattopadhyay
Fluorescence Methods for Protein-Protein interaction in Membranes Kalina Hristova
Fluorescence Detection of Specific Ions Bernard Valeur
Measuring Picomolar Intracellular Excha
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