- Bright orange fluorescent protein monomers
- mOrange2 excitation and emission maxima are 549 and 565 nm, respectively
- mOrange excitation and emission maxima are 548 and 562 nm, respectively
- Tracking cell, organelle, and protein movement
- Protein localization studies
- General reporter for mammalian cells
- Monitoring transfection efficiencies
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