A fluorophore is a functional constituent of a molecule which can cause a particle to be fluorescent by the means of fascinating energy of a precise wavelength and discharging energy at a diverse wavelength. Fluorophores such as rhodamine, isothiocyanate and other derivatives are commonly used and applied in variety of applications. The precise molecules
such as proteins which binds covalently to a functional group of the target for the detection of fluorophores is defined as Fluorescent markers. Antibodies are the most frequently used fluorescent molecules. Cell markers are specified proteins which are present on the surface of all the cells
like receptors and binds selectively to other signaling molecules.
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