The PureBoost™ EGFP mRNA  contains a codon-optimized nucleotide sequence of the green fluorescent protein, which was originally isolated from the jellyfish, Aequorea victoria. EGFP is a direct detection reporter gene commonly used in mammalian cell cultures to produce bright green fluorescence with an emission peak at 509 nm. It is commonly used as a positive control for mRNA transfections and for transient labeling of cells by transfection.

 

  • mRNA lenght : 1034 bp
  • Concentration: 1mg/ml
  • Buffer: 1 mM sodium citrate, pH 6.5

 

PureBoost™ technology

Cellerna mRNAs are produced via PureBoost™ technology which maximizes protein expression and minimizes mRNA immunogenicity. PureBoost™ is a proprietary technology which combines novel advanced capping and ultra-purification processes of in vitro-transcribed mRNAs that have been optimized for robust protein expression. Uniform polyadenylation (100 bp polyA-tail) and almost perfect capping (Cap1 > 98%) mimic natural mRNA and ensure efficient translation. Sequence engineering or chemical modification reduces the innate antiviral response to single-stranded mRNA.

 

PureBoost™ EGFP mRNA

€299.00Price
Amount
Chemical Modification
iLNP encapsulation
    • Gene Name : EGFP
    • Species: Aequorea victoria.
    • Encoded protein: EGFP
    • Function : Reporter
    • Protein Sequence 
    • Codon Optimization: Yes
    • Application: Positive control for mRNA transfections
 
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