HaloTag-Green labeling reagent

SNAP-Tag, Clip-Tag, and HALO-Tag are protein labeling systems enabling the covalent attachement of fluorophores onto proteins of interest. HaloTag-Green enables HALO-tagged proteins to become labeled with a green fluorophore.
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SNAP-Tag, Clip-Tag, and HALO-Tag are protein labeling systems enabling the covalent attachement of fluorophores onto proteins of interest. HaloTag-Green enables HALO-tagged proteins to become labeled with a green fluorophore.
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Overview

Over the past few years, SNAP-Tag, CLIP-Tag, and Halo-Tag technologies combined with TR-FRET have paved the road to the development of many non-radioactive, no-wash binding assays. The method is based on transfecting cells using plasmids encoding a SNAP-Tag (or CLIP-Tag, or Halot-Tag) and subsequently labeling them with acceptors or donors. HaloTag-Green allows the labeling of Halo-Tagged proteins with a green fluorophore.

Benefits

  • COVALENT LABELING
  • FAST REACTION

Receptor labeling

HALO-tag is a small fusion tag that covalently interacts with specific substrates. HALO-tag enables the specific and covalent labeling of any protein of interest. Contact your local scientific consultant to receive more information on HALO-Tag and its applications.
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