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Application Brief 1030: GFP NanoPro Assay

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Application Notes Summary

Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) was originally isolated from jellyfish and exhibits a bright green fluorescence when exposed to blue light. In cell and molecular biology, GFP is commonly utilized as a reporter of protein expression. GFP can be introduced and its expression maintained in a wide range of cell lines and organisms. Thus, assays suitable for GFP detection offer useful tools for following the expression of proteins for which high affinity antibodies are lacking. The data demonstrates identification of a highly sensitive antibody for GFP detection via NanoPro assay.

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