ChromoTek TurboGFP-Trap Agarose beads

TurboGFP-Trap Agarose is an affinity bead for immunoprecipitation (IP) of TurboGFP fusion proteins It comprises an anti-TurboGFP VHH/ Nanobody coupled to agarose beads.

Specificity

TurboGFP, CopGFP, maxGFP

Applications

IP, CoIP, ELISA

Conjugate

Agarose

Cat no : tbta

Synonyms

GFP-Trap, GFP-Trap Agarose, GFP-Trap Agarose beads, tbta, tbta-10, tbta-100, tbta-20, tbta-200, tbta-400, TurboGFP, TurboGFP tag, TurboGFP-tag, TurboGFP-Trap, TurboGFP-Trap Agarose beads



Product Information

TurboGFP-Trap Agarose is an affinity bead for immunoprecipitation (IP) of TurboGFP fusion proteins It comprises an anti-TurboGFP VHH/ Nanobody coupled to agarose beads.

ApplicationsIP, CoIP, ELISA
ClonalityMonoclonal
HostAlpaca
AffinityDissociation constant KD of 0.5 nM
Specificity/TargetTurboGFP, CopGFP, Pontellina plumata, maxGFP, maxFP-Green
GeneID (NCBI)0
Coupled VHHRecombinant, monoclonal anti-TurboGFP single domain antibody (sdAb) fragment
ConjugateAgarose
Beads~ 90 µm (cross-linked 4% agarose beads)
Elution bufferSDS sample buffer
0.1 mM citrate acid pH 3.0
Storage Buffer20% ethanol
Storage ConditionUpon receipt store at +4°C. Do not freeze!

Publications

ApplicationTitle
IP

Viruses

The Ebola Virus Interferon Antagonist VP24 Undergoes Active Nucleocytoplasmic Trafficking.

Authors - Angela R Harrison
IP

Sci Rep

Development of a fibrin-mediated gene delivery system for the treatment of cystinosis via design of experiment.

Authors - Valeria Graceffa
IP

J Biol Chem

Alzheimer's disease BIN1 coding variants increase intracellular Aβ levels by interfering with BACE1 recycling.

Authors - Catarina Perdigão
IP

RNA

A dual role for the RNA helicase DHX34 in NMD and pre-mRNA splicing and its function in hematopoietic differentiation.

Authors - Nele Hug
CoIP

J Cell Sci

Retromer/WASH dependent sorting of nutrient transporters requires a multivalent interaction network with ANKRD50.

Authors - Arunas Kvainickas
IP

Front Cell Dev Biol

FBXO38 Ubiquitin Ligase Controls Centromere Integrity via ZXDA/B Stability.

Authors - Nikol Dibus