Fluorescence Recovery after Photobleaching: Lateral Mobility of Lipids and Proteins in Model Membranes and on Single Cell Surfaces
The fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) technique was developed by membrane biophysicists to measure the rate of translational motion of membrane components in the plane of the membrane. This technique has also been named the fluorescence photobleaching recovery or FPR method.
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