Far-red fluorescent protein TagFP635
- Bright far-red fluorescence
- Monomer with successful performance in fusions
- High photostability
- Fluorescent signal is easily distinguished from background fluorescence
- Recommended for protein labeling
TagFP635 (scientific name mKate) is a monomeric far-red fluorescent protein generated from the wild-type RFP from sea anemone Entacmaea quadricolor [Shcherbo et al., 2007]. It possesses bright fluorescence with excitation/emission maxima at 588 and 635 nm, respectively.
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||Rabbit polyclonal antibody against TurboRFP, TurboFP602, TurboFP635, Katushka2S, TurboFP650, NirFP, TagBFP, TagRFP, FusionRed, TagFP635, mKate2 and PA-TagRFP
The vectors encoding TagFP635 protein are discontinued by Evrogen.
Shcherbo D, Merzlyak EM, Chepurnykh TV, Fradkov AF, Ermakova GV, Solovieva EA, Lukyanov KA, Bogdanova EA, Zaraisky AG, Lukyanov S, Chudakov DM.
Bright far-red fluorescent protein for whole-body imaging.
Nat Methods. 2007; 4 (9):741-6. / pmid: 17721542