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Green Fluorescent Protein: What Is This Thing?!

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Host Alex Dainis discusses GFP (Green Fluorescent Protein), and its importance in scientific studies. GFP is a green fluorescent protein found in jellyfish. Scientists use GFP in biology to mark particular genes in various experiments, and it provides a direct look into the inner workings of cells.

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