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CD19 Nano-Strep, mouse

Low affinity Nanobody fused to a Twin-Strep-tag® and specific for murine CD19

€27.00*

Content
CD19 Nano-Strep is a recombinantly expressed low affinity nanobody fused to a Twin-Strep-tag®. Nano-Streps were developed for Traceless Affinity Cell Selection (Nano-TACS®), which is based on our Strep-tag® technology. Due to their low affinity for the target, an increase in avidity is required to ensure sufficient binding to the cell surface. Combining Nano-Streps with a Strep-Tactin® backbone leads to the formation of complexes that stably bind to cells. 

Depending on the Strep-Tactin® backbone, the following applications are possible:
• Fluorescent cell staining and isolation: Nano-Streps are combined with fluorophore-conjugated Strep-Tactin®.
• Affinity chromatographic cell isolation: Nano-Streps are loaded in Strep-Tactin® TACS Agarose columns.

By addition of biotin, the labeling reagents dissociate mildly and rapidly from the selected target cells in all applications, yielding minimally manipulated cells for unbiased further use.

Specifications

Endotoxin Level: ≤ 0.1 EU/µg by LAL test
Form: Lyophilized
Possible Application: Fluorescent cell staining & sorting, affinity chromatographic cell isolation
Purity: ≥ 90%
Reconstitution: Reconstitute in 1 ml buffer, e.g. 1x PBS containing 1 mM EDTA and 0.5% BSA, for a final concentration of 50 µg/ml.
Specificity: Murine CD19

Shipping information

Storage: 2-8 °C; reconstituted: -80 °C
Stability: 6 months after shipping
Shipping: Room temperature or blue ice

Accessories

Strep-Tactin® TACS Agarose Column
Gravity flow column suitable for traceless affinity cell and exosome isolation
Strep-Tactin® Magnetic Microbeads
Strep-Tactin® multimers conjugated with magnetic microbeads
Strep-Tactin® PE or APC
Fluorophore-conjugated Strep-Tactin® for cell staining
Strep-Tactin® TACS Agarose
50% suspension for traceless affinity cell and exosome isolation

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