Tag-lite Glucagon GLP1 stably expressing cells
SNAP tag GLP1 GlucagonR cloned plasmid
Over the past few years, SNAP-Tag technology combined with TR-FRET has paved the way for the development of many non-radioactive, no-wash, binding assays. The method is based on transfecting cells using plasmids encoding a SNAP-Tag and subsequently labeling them with Terbium. Cisbio offers a large collection of such plasmids. All GPCR genes are cloned in an expression vector directly downstream from a CMV promoter, and are provided ready for protein expression and labeling.
All information on this page pertains to the Tag-lite plasmid cloned with the GLP1 Glucagon receptor.
In collaboration with Boehringer Ingelheim - Scientific Presentations
In collaboration with Bayer - Scientific Presentations
Determination of association (kon) and dissociation (koff) rates constants using the Tag-lite platform
Challenge the limits of binding kinetics studies - Application Notes
Featuring a panel of experts - Videos
The gold standard technology for receptor binding studies - Videos
Tag-lite GLP1 stably expressing cells
Tag-lite GLP1 receptor fluorescent probe
Tag-lite cells expressing the Glucagon GLP1 receptor with Terbium