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Sci. Signal., 28 October 2008
[DOI: 10.1126/scisignal.143pl3]

High-Resolution Imaging of Redox Signaling in Live Cells Through an Oxidation-Sensitive Yellow Fluorescent Protein (Redox Maps Generator Software)

Giuseppe Maulucci2, Valentina Labate1, Marina Mele1, Emiliano Panieri1, Giuseppe Arcovito2, Tommaso Galeotti1, Henrik Østergaard3, Jakob R. Winther4, Marco De Spirito2, Giovambattista Pani1*

1Institute of General Pathology, Catholic University Medical School, 00168 Rome, Italy.

2Institute of Physics, Catholic University Medical School, 00168 Rome, Italy.

3Novo Nordisk A/S, DK-2760 Måløv, Denmark.

4Department of Molecular Biology, August Krogh Building, Universitetsparken 13, DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark.

Description

The Redox Maps Generator Software is provided in compressed format and must be uncompressed after downloading. The uncompressed files will create a main Redox Maps Generator folder and a TEST subfolder.

[Download Software for Windows]

Technical Details

Format: Redox Maps Generator software for Windows [.zip (uncompressed files include .exe files, which are executable files; .msi files; .ini files; .cab files; and a set of test image files in .tif format)].

Size: ~30.5 MB download (compressed); 33.1 MB (decompressed).

Requirements: The software requires a PC with Windows 2000 of higher and a minimum RAM of 512 MB.


*Corresponding author. E-mail, gpani{at}rm.unicatt.it

Citation: G. Maulucci, V. Labate, M. Mele, E. Panieri, G. Arcovito, T. Galeotti, H. Østergaard, J. R. Winther, M. De Spirito, G. Pani, High resolution imaging of redox signaling in live cells through an oxidation-sensitive yellow fluorescent protein. Sci. Signal. 1, pl3 (2008).

© 2008 American Association for the Advancement of Science


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