ChromoTek GFP-Trap® Magnetic Agarose

The ChromoTek GFP-Trap® Magnetic Agarose are affinity beads for IP of GFP-fusion proteins. It comprises a GFP Nanobody/ VHH coupled to magnetic agarose beads.

Specificity

GFP, eGFP, CFP, YFP, BFP

Applications

IP, CoIP, ChIP, RIP

Conjugate

Magnetic Agarose

Cat no : gtma

Synonyms

GFP tag, GFP, eGFP, eYFP, CFP, YFP, BFP, GFP-Trap, Green fluorescent protein, AcGFP, GFP S65T, mClover (Clover A260K), Monomeric EGFP A206K, pHluorin (ecliptic), PA-GFP, Superfolder GFP (sfGFP), TagGFP, TagGFP2, Citrine, Ecitrine, Venus, EYFP, Ypet



Product Information

The ChromoTek GFP-Trap® Magnetic Agarose are affinity beads for IP of GFP-fusion proteins. It comprises a GFP Nanobody/ VHH coupled to magnetic agarose beads.

ApplicationsIP, CoIP, ChIP, RIP
ClonalityMonoclonal
HostAlpaca
AffinityDissociation constant KD of 1 pM
Specificity/Target AcGFP, Clover, eGFP, Emerald, GFP, GFP5, GFP Envy, GFP S65T, mGFP, mPhluorin, PA-GFP, Superfolder GFP, TagGFP, TagGFP2, monomeric eGFP A206K, CFP, YFP, Citrine, eCitrine, eYFP, Venus, Ypet, BFP
Coupled VHHRecombinant, monoclonal anti-Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) single domain antibody (sdAb) fragment
ConjugateMagnetic Agarose
Beads~ 40 µm
Binding capacity10 µL slurry bind more than 8 µg of recombinant GFP
Elution bufferSDS sample buffer
0.2 M glycine pH 2.5
Storage Buffer20% EtOH
Storage ConditionUpon receipt store at +4°C. Do not freeze!

Publications

ApplicationTitle
IP

Dev Cell

Phosphorylation of Syntaxin 17 by TBK1 Controls Autophagy Initiation.

Authors - Suresh Kumar
IP

Mol Cell

Spatiotemporal Control of ULK1 Activation by NDP52 and TBK1 during Selective Autophagy.

Authors - Jose Norberto S Vargas
IP

Dev Cell

FAT4 Fine-Tunes Kidney Development by Regulating RET Signaling.

Authors - Hongtao Zhang
CoIP

Mol Cell

Genome-wide CRISPR Analysis Identifies Substrate-Specific Conjugation Modules in ER-Associated Degradation.

Authors - Dara E Leto
IP

Sci Adv

RAB7A phosphorylation by TBK1 promotes mitophagy via the PINK-PARKIN pathway.

Authors - J-M Heo
IP

Mol Cell

Reciprocal Roles of Tom7 and OMA1 during Mitochondrial Import and Activation of PINK1.

Authors - Shiori Sekine