eGFP mRNA (N1MePU) is a green fluorescent protein RNA that is widely used as a reporter in drug delivery development and gene expression studies. It produces bright, long-lasting fluorescence, making it a reliable tool for your experiments.
WARNING: This product is not for human or veterinary use.
EGFP mRNA (N1MePU)
Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) is a naturally occurring protein that was first isolated from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria in 1962. Since then, GFP and its variants have become essential tools for studying biological processes at the molecular and cellular level.
Enhanced Green Fluorescent Protein (eGFP) is a variant of GFP that was developed in 1995 by Roger Tsien and colleagues. eGFP RNA is widely used in molecular and cell biology research as a fluorescent reporter. Its bright and stable fluorescence makes it an essential tool for studying gene expression, protein localization, and other biological processes.
Our eGFP RNA product is designed to provide researchers with a high-quality and reliable source of this critical tool for their experiments. For research use-only.
- Base Composition: N1-methyl-pseudouridine
- Purity: Passes agarose gel mobility
- Concentration: 1 mg/mL
- Formulation: 1mM Sodium Citrate, pH 6.4
- Storage: ≤ -40°C
- Shipping Method: Dry ice
Drug delivery studies
- eGFP RNA is commonly used as a reporter to study transfection potency, cellular uptake, and localization with nanoscale drug delivery formulations.
Screening and optimization with flow cytometry
- Flow based analytical methods provide quantitative data for drug delivery system evaluation and optimization.
Microscopy and imaging studies
- eGFP RNA produces bright, long-lasting fluorescence, making it a popular choice for microscopy and imaging studies. This allows researchers to monitor transfection and protein synthesis in real time, at high resolution.