Why is green fluorescent protein (not) green? A multiscale excited-state study

C. Daday, A. Sinicropi, C. Curutchet, J. Neugebauer, Claudia Filippi

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Daday, C., Sinicropi, A., Curutchet, C., Neugebauer, J., & Filippi, C. (2015). Why is green fluorescent protein (not) green? A multiscale excited-state study. -.
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Daday, C, Sinicropi, A, Curutchet, C, Neugebauer, J & Filippi, C 2015, 'Why is green fluorescent protein (not) green? A multiscale excited-state study' pp. -.

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