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Duolink® In Situ Detection Reagents Green

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Synonym(s):
in situ Proximity Ligation Assay reagent, Protein Protein Interaction Assay reagent
NACRES:
NA.32

product line

Duolink®

Quality Level

technique(s)

proximity ligation assay: suitable

fluorescence

λex 495 nm; λem 527 nm (green) (FITC (Cyanine 2), Zeiss Filter set 38)

suitability

suitable for fluorescence

shipped in

dry ice

storage temp.

−20°C

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technique(s)

proximity ligation assay: suitable

technique(s)

proximity ligation assay: suitable

technique(s)

proximity ligation assay: suitable

technique(s)

proximity ligation assay: suitable

fluorescence

λex 495 nm; λem 527 nm (green) (FITC (Cyanine 2), Zeiss Filter set 38)

fluorescence

λex 644 nm; λem 669 nm (Cyanine 5, Zeiss Filter set 50)

fluorescence

λex 554 nm; λem 576 nm (Cyanine 3; Zeiss Filter set 20)

fluorescence

λex 594 nm; λem 624 nm (Texas Red®, Zeiss Filter set 31)

shipped in

dry ice

shipped in

dry ice

shipped in

dry ice

shipped in

dry ice

storage temp.

−20°C

storage temp.

−20°C

storage temp.

−20°C

storage temp.

−20°C

product line

Duolink®

product line

Duolink®

product line

Duolink®

product line

Duolink®

General description

Duolink® In Situ Detection Reagents Green contains all the necessary Duolink In situ reagents to perform the amplification and detection of bound PLA® probes. The detection probes contain a fluorophore (lex = 495 nm and lem = 527 nm), which may be visualized using the same filter as Cy®2 or FITC. Experiments conducted using Duolink In situ reagents can detect and visualize protein interactions, protein expression levels and post translational modifications at the single molecule level in fixed cells and tissue samples.

Specificity

Green fluorescence detection reagents are often used with FITC filter.

Application

Duolink®proximity ligation assay(PLA®) allows for endogenous detection of protein interactions, post translational modifications, and protein expression levels at the single molecule level in fixed cells and tissue samples.
Duolink® In Situ Detection Reagents has been used in the proximity ligation assay of:
  • vasopressin and gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) from frozen rat brain sections
  • human embryonic kidney 293 cells (HEK)
  • pituitary tissues

Features and Benefits

  • No overexpression or genetic manipulation reNo overexpression or genetic manipulation required
  • High specificity (fewer false positives)
  • Single molecule sensitivity due to rolling circle amplification
  • Relative quantification possible
  • No special equipment needed
  • Quicker and simpler than FRET
  • Increased accuracy compared to co-IP
  • Publication-ready results

Components

  • 5x Ligation - Contains oligonucleotides that hybridize to the PLA probes and all components needed for ligation except the Ligase
  • 1x Ligase (1 unit/μL)
  • 1x Polymerase (10 units/μL)
  • 5x Amplification Green - Contains all components needed for Rolling Circle Amplification (RCA) except the Polymerase. It also contains oligonucleotide probes labeled with a fluorophore that hybridize to the RCA product.
See datasheet for more information.

Not included in Detection kit:

Primary antibodies, PLA probes, wash buffers, mounting medium

Preparation Note

To perform a complete Duolink® PLA in situ experiment you will need two primary antibodies (PLA, IHC, ICC or IF validated) that recognize two target epitopes. Other necessary reagents include a pair of PLA probes from different species (one PLUS and one MINUS), detection reagents, wash buffers, and mounting medium. Note that the primary antibodies must come from the same species as the Duolink® PLA probes. Analysis is carried out using standard immunofluorescence assay equipment.

Storage and Stability

Store the components at –20 °C. The enzymes should be kept cold (–20 °C) at all times, use a freezing block when removing them from the freezer.

Other Notes

Follow the Duolink® In Situ Fluorescence Protocol to use this product. A set of short instructionsis also available.

Visit our Duolink® PLA Resource Center for information on how to run a Duolink® experiment, applications, troubleshooting, and more.
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Legal Information

Cy is a registered trademark of Cytiva
Duolink is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
PLA is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

Storage Class

10 - Combustible liquids

wgk_germany

WGK 2


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