Cyan fluorescent protein TagCFP
- Bright cyan fluorescence
- Monomeric protein with successful performance in fusions
- Fast maturation, high pH-stability and photostability
- Proven suitability to generate stably transfected cell lines
- Recommended for protein labeling
TagCFP is a cyan monomeric protein generated on the basis of the wild-type GFP-like protein from jellyfish Aequorea macrodactyla [Xia et al., 2002]. It possesses bright fluorescence with excitation/emission maxima at 458 and 480 nm, respectively. TagCFP is significantly brighter than commonly used ECFP.
TagCFP is mainly intended for protein labeling in protein localization and interaction studies. It can also be used for cell and organelle labeling and for tracking the promoter activity.
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|TagCFP expression/source vectors|
||Mammalian expression vector encoding humanized TagCFP and allowing its expression and generation of fusions to the TagCFP C-terminus
||€ 400 / 200*
||Mammalian expression vector encoding humanized TagCFP fused with human cytoplasmic β-actin
||€ 400 / 200*
|Antibody against TagCFP|
||Rabbit polyclonal antibody against EGFP, BrUSLEE, SLIM, TagCFP, TagGFP, TagGFP2, TagYFP, PS-CFP2, AceGFP1, Case12 and HyPer
||Rabbit polyclonal antibody against TagCFP, TagGFP, TagGFP2, TagYFP, PS-CFP2, Case12, HyPer, EGFP, BrUSLEE and SLIM
Xia NS, Luo WX, Zhang J, Xie XY, Yang HJ, Li SW, Chen M, Ng MH.
Bioluminescence of Aequorea macrodactyla, a common jellyfish species in the East China Sea.
Mar Biotechnol (NY). 2002; 4 (2):155-62. / pmid: 14961275