ChromoTek Lamin-Chromobody® plasmid (TagGFP2)

DNA plasmid encoding for anti-Lamin VHH (anti-Lamin Nanobody) fused to TagGFP2.

Vector type

Mammalian expression vector







Cat no : lcg


Chromobody, Lamin Chromobody

Product Information

DNA plasmid encoding for anti-Lamin VHH (anti-Lamin Nanobody) fused to TagGFP2.

ApplicationsLive cell imaging
SpecificityLamin A/C, tested in human cell lines (HeLa, U2OS) and insect S2 cells.
Vector typeMammalian expression vector
PromoterPCMV IE
Codon usageMammalian
Encoded Nanobody/ VHHMonoclonal anti-Lamin single domain antibody (sdAb) fragment
SequenceWith the Lamin-Chromobody plasmid you receive the sequence information of the Alpaca antibody to Lamin fused to TagGFP2, as well as the full vector sequence.
Microscopy techniquesWide-field epifluorescence microscopy; confocal microscopy
TransfectionTransfection of Chromobody plasmids into mammalian cells can be done with standard DNA-transfection methods, e.g. lipofection (Lipofectamine 2000® from Thermo Scientific), according to the manufacturer’s protocol for the transfection reagent. Please choose the transfection method that works the best for your cell type.
StorageShipped at ambient temperature. Store at -20 °C



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