mTFP-nAb is a highly specific binding protein derived from camelids for fluorescent proteins originating from the coral Clavularia, including mTFP1, mWasabi, and mMaple. It is characterized by a small barrel shaped structure (13 KDa, 2.5nm X 4.5 nm) and a very high stability (stable up to 70°C, functional within 2M NaCl or 0.5% SDS). mTFP-nAb is an excellent choice for a variety of experiments and assays, including:
- Immunoprecipitation / CO-IP
- Quantitative analysis
- Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP)
- Superresolution Imaging
mTFP-nAb binds all fluorescent proteins derived from Clavularia cFP484 including mTFP0.7, mTFP1, mWasabi, mClavGR2 and mMaple (Click Here to see all the proteins mTFP-nAb can bind). Conveniently, it displays no binding affinity to jellyfish-derived fluorescent proteins including GFP and its variants, or dsRed derived proteins including the mFruits (mCherry, tdTomato).
For research use only.