sGFP antibodies

Mike Challen mike.challen at hri.ac.uk_nospam
Tue Mar 21 03:26:00 EST 2000


In response to this and an earlier post I made:

sGFP was a name used by Jen Sheen's group at Harvard.  It stands for
synthetic GFP.  It functions in both mammals and plants.

Cornelius Krasel wrote:

> Mike Challen <mike.challen at hri.ac.uk_nospam> wrote:
> > Will 'off-the-shelf' commercially available antibodies work
> > satisfactorily with sGFP?
>
> What is "sGFP"? (I know destabilized GFP and GFP in various colours,
> but have never heard of sGFP.)
>
> --Cornelius.
>
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