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GFP antibodies

7414mousemonoclonal (GF28R)IgG2bWBICCELISA

Green fluorescent protein (GFP) is a versatile and widely used tool in biological research. Originally derived from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria, GFP emits a bright green fluorescence when excited by blue light. One of the key advantages of GFP is its ability to be genetically encoded and fused with target proteins, allowing for the visualization and tracking of protein expression, localization, and dynamics within living cells. By fusing GFP to a protein of interest, researchers can gain valuable insights into cellular processes, such as protein trafficking, protein-protein interactions, and gene expression. GFP can be expressed in a variety of organisms, ranging from bacteria to mammals, making it a powerful tool in diverse research fields, including cell biology, molecular biology, and developmental biology. Additionally, GFP can be used in combination with other fluorophores to perform multi-color imaging experiments, enabling the simultaneous visualization of multiple proteins or cellular components within a single sample.