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This session, recorded during the 60th Annual Biophysical Society meeting,
features Steve Vogel, of the National Institutes of Health, and Kalina
Hristova, of John’s Hopkins University, presenting on Forster Resonance
Energy Transfer (FRET), highlighting the power and limitations of this
technique. FRET is widely used to study protein structure and protein in
vitro and in vivo, in molecular ensembles and in single molecules. The
utility of FRET comes from its ability to resolve distances that are smaller
than the diffraction limit of light, in the 20 to 100 Angstrom range.
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