Properties of Fluorescent protein "hAG"
HeLa-S3 cells transiently expressing both Ash/FKBP12 and hAG/mTOR (FRB) were observed at 0 minute (left) and 12 minutes (right) after addition of 500 nM Rapamycic.
||pAsh/FKBP12 Plasmid, phAG/mTOR Plasmid
||Fluoppi : Ash-hAG [mTOR-FKBP12] contains two plasmids for detecting mTOR(FRB)-Rapamycin-FKBP12 ternary complex in living cells.
||SI-8010 Fluoppi: Ash-hAG-Lenti pCMV (Ash-Neo-MNL/MCL + hAG-Puro-MNL/MCL)
SI-8011 Fluoppi: Ash-hAG-Lenti pCMV (Ash-Puro-MNL/MCL + hAG-Neo-MNL/MCL)
SI-8020 Fluoppi: Ash-hAG-Lenti pEF1a (Ash-Neo-MNL/MCL + hAG-Puro-MNL/MCL)
SI-8021 Fluoppi: Ash-hAG-Lenti pEF1a (Ash-Puro-MNL/MCL + hAG-Neo-MNL/MCL)
AM-8011M Fluoppi Ver.2 : Ash-hAG (Ash-MNL/MCL + hAG-MNL/MCL)
AM-VS0801M humanized Azami-Green for Fluoppi (phAG-MNL/MCL)
AM-VS0802M Monti-Red for Fluoppi (pMonti-Red-MNL/MCL)
AM-8201M Fluoppi : Ash-hAG [ p53-MDM2 ]
AM-8012M Fluoppi Ver.2 : Ash-Red (Ash-MNL/MCL + Monti-Red-MNL/MCL)
M223-3 Anti-Ash-tag mAb
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- Fluorescent proteins