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Histochem. Cell. Biol. (2014) "Phototransformable fluorescent proteins: which one for which application" In these last two decades , fluorescent proteins (FPs) have become highly valued imaging tools for cell biology, owing to their compatibility with living samples, their low levels of invasiveness and the possibility to specifically fuse them to a variety of proteins of interest. Remarkably, the recent development of phototransformable fluorescent proteins (PTFPs) has made it possible to conceive optical imaging experiments that were unimaginable only a few years ago. For example, it is nowadays possible to monitor intra- or intercellular trafficking, to optically individualize single cell

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