RFP (Red Fluorescent Protein) comes in many forms including tdTomato, mCherry, mStrawberry, and DsRed. RFP produces a bright red fluorescence when exposed to blue light, and the RFP tag is widely used to monitor protein localization and gene expression in living cells.
RFP tag antibodies provide a dependable method for the detection and purification of tagged target proteins without a protein-specific antibody or probe. Invitrogen™ RFP tag antibodies reliably detect multiple forms of RFP on tagged proteins, and each antibody is validated for use in a variety of applications.
Popular anti-RFP tag antibodies
|Cat. No.||Invitrogen™ Antibody Name||Size|
|MA5-15257||RFP Tag Antibody (RF5R)||100 µg|
|R10367||RFP Tag Antibody, Molecular Probes™||100 µg|
|710530||RFP Tag Antibody (5HCLC), ABfinity™ Rabbit Oligoclonal||100 µg|
|PA1-986||RFP Tag Antibody||100 µg|
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Cat. No. PA1-986 was used in western blot to study the role of miR-122 and cyclin G1 in the mechanism by which ethanol promotes the replication of HCV RNA. Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research ( 2013; 37: 599) "Alcohol facilitates HCV RNA replication via up-regulation of miR-122 expression and inhibition of cyclin G1 in human hepatoma cells." Hou W,Bukong TN,Kodys K,Szabo G
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