488

Laser Line

510/50

Common Filter

488

Excitation Max

510

Emission Max


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About GFP


Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) is a green-emitting fluorescent protein that can be excited by the 488 nm blue laser and captured with a 510/50 bandpass filter. GFP has excitation peaks at 395 and 475 nm and an emission peak at 509 nm. Originally discovered in jellyfish, GFP is commonly included in recombinant DNA vectors to visually confirm or monitor cloned gene expression. While most small fluorescent molecules such as FITC are highly phototoxic, GFP can be safely expressed with essentially no effect on cellular viability or performance. GFP has been mutated to many different versions with improved spectral or structural properties, such (eg. eGFP and sfGFP).


Popular GFP Antibodies


Company/SKU Applications Marker / Reactivity Host / Isotype / Clone Size / Price Details

NBP1-97327
ELISA,ICC, IF GFP
Jellyfish
Goat
IgG
1 mg
$399
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Novus Biologicals
NBP1-97384
WB,ICC, IF,FLISA FITC
All Species
Goat
IgG
1 mg
$549
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