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Fluorescence is used in biology as a non-destructive way of analysing biological molecules, even at low concentrations, by means of the molecule’s intrinsic fluorescence, or by attaching it with a fluorophore. Fluorescence is also employed in Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET) to detect biopolymer interactions and conformational changes.
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