No GFP antibody for co-immunoprecipitation?

Peter Ellis pjie2 at
Wed Feb 23 04:10:26 EST 2005

egf_repeats at wrote:
>Hi there,
>I already made the GFP fusion for the study of a protein's
>localization. Now I become interested in seeing what other proteins
>(complex) it binds to. Well after a little bit research on the
>internet, I realized there is actually no GFP antibody available to do
>a co-immunoprecipitation.

A quick look shows that you can buy anti-GFP from Sigma, Clontech, 
Invitrogen, Roche... in fact every antibody supplier I've looked at 
sells anti-GFP.

Are these antibodies unsuitable for your needs?


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