Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) is a spontaneously fluorescent 27kDa protein originally isolated from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria. The molecular cloning of the GFP gene and its subsequent expression in heterologous systems has established GFP as a valuable reporter molecule for in vivo visualization of gene expression events in a wide variety of cell types and organisms. Since, GFP requires no additional substrates or cofactors, GFP′s green fluorescence can be easily detected using blue or UV light after expression in either prokaryotic or eukaryotic cells. In addition, several mutant forms of GFP with unique spectral properties (e.g., enhanced fluorescence signal and shifts in excitation and emission spectra) have been reported.
Mixture of two high-affinity monoclonal antibodies selected for their performance in detection of GFP and GFP fusion proteins.
Subtype: Both clones are Mouse IgG1κ
Monoclonal antibody for detection of both wild-type and mutant forms of GFP or GFP fusions using:
- Western blots
Características e benefícios
Mixture of two monoclonal antibodies, supplied as a white lyophilizatecontaining 200μg of total Anti-GFP IgG.
Anti-GFP is a mixture of two clones (7.1 and 13.1).
Anti-GFP is tested for functionality and purity relative to a reference standard to confirm the quality of each new reagent preparation.
Purity: Both Anti-GFP mouse monoclonal antibodies (Clones 7.1 and 13.1) are >95% pure as determined by SDS-PAGE and ion-exchange HPLC analyses.
Nota de preparo
Working concentration: Working concentration of antibody depends on application and substrate.
The following concentrations should be taken as a guideline:
- Western blot: 1:1000 dilution
- Immunoprecipitation: 2 to 10 μg
Storage conditions (working solution): -15 to -25 °C
Add 500 μl double distilled water to a final concentration of 0.4 mg/ml.
Rehydrate on ice for 30 minutes.
For life science research only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
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