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GFP antibody (Green Fluorescent Protein) Primary Antibody

GFP Reactivity: Aequorea victoria ELISA, WB Host: Rat Monoclonal 3H9 unconjugated
Pubmed (56) Independent Validation (1)
Catalog No. ABIN398304
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  • Target
    GFP
    Reactivity
    Aequorea victoria
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    Host
    Rat
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    Clonality
    Monoclonal
    • 130
    • 89
    Conjugate
    This GFP antibody is un-conjugated
    • 121
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    Application
    ELISA, Western Blotting (WB)
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    Purpose
    For biochemical analysis of GFP-tagged fusion proteins.
    Specificity
    3H9 efficiently recognizes green fluorescent proteins from Aequorea victoria such as eGFP, wtGFP, YFP, or CFP, but no red fluorescent proteins.
    Characteristics
    Fluorescent proteins (FP) are powerful tools to study protein localization and dynamics in living cells in particular the prominent green fluorescent protein (GFP) from Aequorea victoria.
    Here we offer a rat monoclonal antibody (MAb) against various GFPs, designated as 3H9. The 3H9 MAb is characterized by high affinity and specificity. It is suitable for immunoblotting and ELISA.
    With this versatile antibody GFP and fusions thereof become attractive tools for biochemical applications like identification of interacting proteins or Western Blotting.
    Purification
    Hybridoma supernatant. The Hybridoma was cultured in protein free medium. Tissue culture supernatant was concentrated by centrifugation using a 30 kDa exclusion membrane to an antibody concentration of 1 mg/ml.
    Clone
    3H9
    Isotype
    IgG2a
  • Application Notes
    Western Blot: Used at a dilution of 1/1000. Detects a band of approximately 31 kDa (the predicted molecular weight of GFP).
    Comment

    IF: not working

    Restrictions
    For Research Use only
  • Validation #029762 (Western Blotting)
    'Independent Validation' Badge
    by
    Moores Cancer Center, UC San Diego
    No.
    #029762
    Date
    07/07/2014
    Antigen
    Lot Number
    100316
    Method validated
    Western Blotting
    Positive Control
    293FT cells transduced with eGFP virus
    Negative Control
    untransduced 293FT cells
    Notes
    A major band was observed at the correct molecular weight in the two positive (eGFP-transduced) cell lysates. No major bands were observed in the negative control (untransduced cells). Some additional faint bands of lower molecular weight were also observed in the positive controls, this may be because the antibody was used at 1:500 instead of the recommended 1:1000 dilution. Microscope images of transduced cells are provided to demonstrate successful eGFP-transduction of cells.
    'Independent Validation' Badge
    Validation Images
    Full Methods
    Primary Antibody
    • Antigen: Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP)
    • Catalog number: ABIN398304
    • Lot number: 100316
    Secondary Antibody
    • Antibody: Alexa Fluor 680 Goat Anti-Rat IgG (H+L)
    • Lot number: N/A
    Full Protocol
    • 20 µg of total protein from prepared cell lysates was run on a 4-12% SDS-PAGE gel.
    • The gel was run at 180 V for 40 minutes and transferred to a PVDF membrane using a wet-transfer apparatus.
    • The membrane was rinsed in TBST for 10 min in TBST.
    • The membrane was blocked in 3% BSA for 30 min.
    • The membrane was incubated in 1:500 primary antibody diluted in 3% BSA at 4°C overnight.
    • The membrane was washed 3 times for 10 min in TBST.
    • The membrane was incubated in secondary antibody at 1:10000 for 1 hr at RT.
    • The membrane was washed 3 times for 10 min in TBST.
    • The membrane was imaged using a fluorescent imaging system at 679nm⁄702nm.
    Experimental Notes
    Fluorescent microscopy images are included to confirm eGFP transduction of 293FT cells.
  • Format
    Liquid
    Concentration
    1 mg/mL
    Preservative
    Sodium azide
    Precaution of Use
    This product contains sodium azide: a POISONOUS AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE which should be handled by trained staff only.
    Handling Advice
    Do not freeze.
    Storage
    4 °C
    Expiry Date
    12 months
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  • Target
    GFP
    Synonyms
    green fluorescent protein, gfp
    Background
    The first green fluorescent protein (GFP) was isolated from Aequorea victoria and has a molecular weight of 27 kDa. Genetic mutations of GFP resulted in fluorescent proteins with different excitation and emission spectra e.g. eGFP, YFP, CFP. Fluorescent proteins became attractive tools for a variety of applications.
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