Table 1 FPs used in this study.

Note that Venus has incorrectly been used to refer to slightly different sequences in publications following the initial report of Venus (27, 28). The mVenus variant used in this work has been confirmed to be the monomeric (A206K) version of the original Venus by the first author of the publication reporting Venus (T. Nagai, pers. comm.) and has the same protein sequence (except A206K) as the Venus from the plasmid the Miyawaki group deposited on Addgene (#54859).

Fluorescent proteinTypeSource
TagBFPBFPGene synthesis using the sequence from Evrogen
catalog no. FP171 as the template
EGFPGFPpcDNA3.1-Puro-CAG-EGFP-P2A-mCherry used in Ref.
(55), a generous gift from Michael Lin (Stanford
University)
CloverGFPpcDNA3.1-Puro-CAG-Clover-P2A-mCherry used in
Ref. (54), a generous gift from Michael Lin (Stanford
University)
mClover3GFPGene synthesis using the sequence in Ref. (54) as the
template
sfGFPGFPAddgene #54579
mNeonGreenGFPpcDNA3.1-Puro-CAG-mNeonGreen-P2A-mCherry
used in Ref. (54), a generous gift from Michael Lin
(Stanford University)
EnvyGFPpcDNA3.1-Puro-CAG-Envy-P2A-mCherry used in Ref.
(54), a generous gift from Michael Lin (Stanford
University)
mVenus*YFPpNCS-mVenus, generous gift from Michael Lin
(Stanford University)
mCitrineYFPAddgene #54723
YPetYFPGene synthesis using the sequence in Ref. (57) as the
template
mCherryRFPpcDNA3.1-Puro-CAG-Clover-P2A-mCherry used in
Ref. (54), a generous gift from Michael Lin (Stanford
University)
tdTomatoRFPAddgene #91767
PAmCherry1PA-RFPAddgene #44855 for yeast experiments, and
Addgene #31928 for bacteria and mammalian cell
experiments
PATagRFPPA-RFPAddgene #44854
PAmKatePA-RFPAddgene #32692