Abalone research could benefit from utilizing fluorescent molecules for protein analysis, cell metabolism studies, fluorescence resonance energy transfer techniques, cell imaging, as well as reporter genes for potential gene transfer applications (Shaner et al.
What does FCET stand for?
FCET stands for Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer
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- Franklin County Educational Service Center (Ohio)
- Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering (Maryland)
- Football Club Excideuil Saint Médard (French football club)
- Football Club de l'Espérance Sportive Nantaise (French football club)
- Family Centered Early Supports and Services (New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services)
- Faculty Committee on Educational Technology (est. 2001; various locations)
- Faculty of Continuing Education and Training (Seneca College; Canada)
- Fellowship of Christian Engineers and Technologists
- Ferozepur College of Engineering and Technology (India)
- Flow Cytometric Energy Transfer (biophysics)
- Follow-on CINC Evaluation Test (US Navy)
- Fuel Cell Enabling Technologies, Inc. (Alpharetta, GA)
- Florida Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation (multi-institutional project)
- Family Computer Emulator Ultra
- Fair Credit Extension Uniformity Act (Pennsylvania)
- Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle
- First Children's Embassy in the World
- Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales (Argentina)
- Fraser Coast Enterprise Zone (Australia)
- Fabretto Children’s Foundation
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Upon mechanical stress, due to the close proximity of the compounds, a phenomenon called fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) caused the blue compound to shift its absorbed energy to the orange compound, resulting in a perceived colour change.
Among the topics are understanding the pathway to successful drug discovery, homology modeling, using aequorin for receptor hit identification and compound profiling, yeast assays, applying fluorescence resonance energy transfer techniques to establish ligand-receptor orientation, and the immuno-precipitation and phosphorylation of the receptors.
Our conceptual view of the fluorescence is similar to that of fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) in which the excited state molecule (donor molecule) "sees" a nearby molecule (acceptor molecule) if the acceptor is within a few nanometers of the donor (8-11).
We were able, via fluorescence resonance energy transfer measurements, to determine the extent of polymer interdiffusion at 23[degrees]C as a function of distance from the edge of the drying front for a series of partly wet latex films.
In addition, the ability to make such nanoparticles and then target these particles to specific biomolecules has led to promising applications in cellular labeling, deep-tissue imaging, and assay labeling, and also as efficient fluorescence resonance energy transfer donors.
In a process known as fluorescence resonance energy transfer, when one protein becomes excited by light, it both emits blue light and transfers energy to the other protein, causing it to produce yellow light.