GFP antibody (Green Fluorescent Protein) (AA 246) Primary Antibody
- Binding Specificity
This GFP antibody is un-conjugated
Fluorescence Microscopy (FM), ELISA, Western Blotting (WB)
- recombinant GFP (rGFP), enhanced GFP (eGFP), S65T-GFP, RS-GFP, YFP
- Concentration Definition: by UV absorbance at 280 nm
- The immunogen is a Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) fusion protein corresponding to the full length amino acid sequence derived from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria.br Immunogentype:Recombinant
anti-Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) antibody (Abberior STAR 635P) Primary Antibody
GFP Reactivity: Aequorea victoria FACS, ICC, IF Host: Camelid (Camelidae) Monoclonal 1H1-1B2 Abberior STAR 635P single-domain Antibody (sdAb)
- Application Notes
- Anti-GFP antibody is designed to detect GFP and its variants. GFP antibody can be used to detect GFP by ELISA (sandwich or capture) for the direct binding of antigen and recognizes wild type, recombinant and enhanced forms of GFP. Biotin conjugated polyclonal anti-GFP used in a sandwich ELISA is well suited to titrate GFP in solution using this antibody in combination with monoclonal anti-GFP (600-301-215) using either form of the antibody as the capture or detection antibodies. However, use the monoclonal form only for the detection of wild type or recombinant GFP as this form does not sufficiently detect 'enhanced' GFP. The detection antibody is typically conjugated to biotin and subsequently reacted with streptavidin conjugated HRP Fluorochrome conjugated polyclonal anti-GFP can be used to detect GFP by immunofluorescence microscopy in prokaryotic (E.coli) and eukaryotic (CHO cells) expression systems and can detect GFP containing inserts. Significant amplification of signal is achieved using fluorochrome conjugated polyclonal anti-GFP relative to the fluorescence of GFP alone. For immunoblotting use either alkaline phosphatase or peroxidase conjugated polyclonal anti-GFP to detect GFP or GFP containing proteins on western blots. Optimal titers for applications should be determined by the researcher.
- For Research Use only
- 1.02 mg/mL
- 0.02 M Potassium Phosphate, 0.15 M Sodium Chloride, pH 7.2
- Sodium azide
- Precaution of Use
- This product contains sodium azide: a POISONOUS AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE which should be handled by trained staff only.
- -20 °C
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- Alternative Name
- green fluorescent protein, gfp
Green fluorescent protein is a 27 kDa protein produced from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria, which emits green light (emission peak at a wavelength of 509nm) when excited by blue light. GFP is an important tool in cell biology research. GFP is widely used enabling researchers to visualize and localize GFP-tagged proteins within living cells without the need for chemical staining. GFP Antibody is ideal for Cell Biology, Neuroscience and Cancer research.
Synonyms: GFP, Green Fluorescent Protein, GFP antibody, Green Fluorescent Protein antibody, EGFP, enhanced Green Fluorescent Protein, Aequorea victoria, Jellyfish.