F2H®-Kit Basic

F2H®-Kit Basic allows effortless imaging of interactions between GFP- and RFP-tagged proteins. Study your proteins of interest and domains thereof in live mammalian cells. You just need your GFP-bait and RFP-prey plasmids ready for transfection.

F2H® principle

  • F2H® cells (BHK origin) carry a GFP-anchoring platform in the nucleus
  • GFP- and RFP-fusion proteins (bait and prey) are transiently expressed in F2H® cells
  • GFP-bait is recruited to the platform → bright green spot
  • If RFP-prey interacts with the bait → red fluorescent spot co-localizes with the green spot
  • If RFP-prey does not interact with the bait → no red spot, disperse red fluorescence

F2H® is easy

  • You get the F2H® cell line
  • You get the Platform Reagent
  • You have your GFP-bait and RFP-prey plasmids

Day 1: Transfect the bait and the prey plasmids with the Platform Reagent into the F2H® cells


Day 2: Image and quantify your results

See your proteins interact – live!

  • Visualize protein-protein interactions inside cells
  • Validate your pull-down results or Y2H hits in mammalian cells
  • Identify interacting protein domains

Please inquire if you want to learn more about our F2H® Assay Kits.

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ProductCodePriceBuy
F2H®-Kit Basic 
  • F2H®-BHK Cell Line (5x106 cells)
  • 100 µg Platform Reagent
  • 30 µg Control DNA
 
f2hk890 EUR Cart
Platform Reagent (100 µg)f2h-p100250 EUR Cart
Control DNA (30 µg)f2h-c3085 EUR Cart

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ProductCodePriceBuy
F2H®-Kit Basic 
  • F2H®-BHK Cell Line (5x106 cells)
  • 100 µg Platform Reagent
  • 30 µg Control DNA
 
f2hk1230 USD Cart
Platform Reagent (100 µg)f2h-p100345 USD Cart
Control DNA (30 µg)f2h-c30120 USD Cart
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