GIPR fluorescent probe
Tag-lite GIP receptor fluorescent probe
Over the past few years, SNAP-Tag technology combined with TR-FRET has paved the way for the development of many non-radioactive, no-wash, binding assays. The method is based on transfecting cells using plasmids encoding a SNAP-Tag and subsequently labeling them with Terbium. Cisbio offers a large collection of such plasmids. All GPCR genes are cloned in an expression vector directly downstream from a CMV promoter, and are provided ready for protein expression and labeling.
All information on this page pertains to the Tag-lite plasmid cloned with the GIPR Glucagon receptor.
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