|For A Limited Time, 50 ug of anti-His tag Antibody for $45!
Offer valid for Aviva’s monoclonal anti-His tag antibody, clone HIS.H8/EH158, catalog number OAEA00010. Antibody recognizes epitope of 6x His-tag, validated for WB, IF, IP, IS, and ELISA applications.
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Please refer to the following references, describing protocols in detail, for Aviva’s anti-His tag antibodies:
Specific detection of his-tagged proteins with recombinant anti-His tag scFv-phosphatase or scFv-phage fusions
-Using a cell-bound immunogen, generate a monoclonal antibody
-Generate single-chain fragment of variable domains
-Fluorescence-activiated cell sorting analysis
Lindner, P., Bauer, K., et. al. 1997. Specific detection of his-tagged proteins with recombinant anti-His tag scFv-phosphatase or scFv-phage fusions. BioTechniques. 22: 140-149
An automated method for high-throughput protein purification applied to a comparison of His-tag and GST-tag affinity chromatography
-Method for parallel expression and purification of recombinant proteins with His tag or GST tag from bacterial expression systems
-Quick method to purify proteins
-Optimization of the purification protocol
-Reproducibility and protein yield of the purification method
Purification of his-tagged proteins in non-denaturing conditions suggests a convenient method for protein interaction studies (249 citations)
-Not really methods, more reference
Three-step chromatographic purification procedure for the production of a His-tag recombinant kinesin over expressed in E. Coli
-Western blot using His
-Cell cultures, chromatographic procedures
Gilbert, S., Bakalara, N., Santarelli, X. 2000 Three step chromatographic purification procedure for the production of a His-tag recombinant kinesin overexpressed in E. Coli. J Chromatography. 737(1-2): 143-1