- Preferred fluorescent protein table – Albert Einstein College of Medicine and also see this table.
- Points to keep in mind when choosing a flourescent protein
- Fluorescent proteins in context – Nature focus article
- Genetically-encoded fluorescent tags (Thorn, 2017)
- A quick overview of GFP (Nienhaus, 2008)
- mScarlet (Bindels et al, 2017)
- Molecular Expressions – Optical Microscopy Primer site A report on this website (Eliceiri, 2004) is here.
- Fluorescent Proteins on Scholarpedia on Nikon MicroscopyU on Zeiss Campus and BioTek page – scroll down for table
- I love GFP – comprehensive table of data
- Addgene Fluorescent proteins ebook
- Basics of FRET microscopy
- PLoS Biology blog (Ganley, 2013) From Jellyfish GFPs to Plant MiniSOGs; a Microscopy Revolution
- Bio-Rad lbog – (Dec 2016) History and development of fluorescent proteins
- Scienceglass blog (May 2017) – Jellyfish
- Campbell lab
- Matz lab
- Shaner lab
- Lukvanov lab
- Former Tsien lab 2008 Nobel Prize winner
- Verkhusha lab
- Rodriguez, EA etal (2017) The Growing and Glowing Toolbox of Fluorescent and Photoactive Proteins Trends Biochem Sci. 42/2: 111-129
- Cranfill, PJ et al (2016) Quantitative assessment of fluorescent proteins Nature Methods 13/7: 557-562
- Kremers, G-J et al (2011) Fluorescent proteins at a glance Journal of Cell Science 124/2: 157-160
- Points to keep in mind when choosing an FP and a quick overview of GFP and Zeiss Fluorescent proteins poster
- Snapp, EL (2009) Fluorescent proteins: a cell biologist’s user guide Trends Cell Biol. 19/11: 649-55
- Lin et al (2010) Fluorescent proteins poster plus Supplementary information
- Costantini, LM & Snapp, EL (2013) Fluorescent proteins in cellular organelles: serious pitfalls and some solutions DNA Cell Biol. 32/11: 622-62
- Willems, J (2020) ORANGE: A CRISPR/Cas9-based genome editing toolbox for epitope tagging of endogenous proteins in neurons. PLoS Biol. 18(4):e3000665.
Also see the Useful papers page and the Nobel prize lectures.