Lasing from Escherichia coli bacteria genetically programmed to express green fluorescent protein.
- Published Article
The Optical Society
- Publication Date
Aug 15, 2011
We report on lasing action from colonies of Escherichia coli bacteria that are genetically programmed to synthesize the green fluorescent protein (GFP). When embedded in a Fabry-Perot type cavity and excited by ns-pulses of blue light (465 nm), the bacteria generate green laser emission (∼520 nm). Broad illumination of pump light yields simultaneous lasing over a large area in bacterial colonies.
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