Cellular Analysis

SNAP-Capture products are agarose or magnetic cellulose beads coupled to a benzylguanine substrate, used to selectively capture and immobilize SNAP-tag® fusion proteins from solution. These beads have a high loading capacity for SNAP-tag fusion proteins and show very low non-specific absorption of proteins from a complex lysate, making them suitable for pull-down applications.

SNAP-tag® is a registered trademark of New England Biolabs, Inc.

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    Publications related to SNAP-Capture:

  1. Engin S. et al. (2010). Benzylguanine Thiol self-assembled monolayers for the immobilization of SNAP-tag proteins on microcontact-printed surface structures Langmuir . ASAP, PubMedID: 20369837
  2. Iversen L. et al. (2008). Templated protein assembly on micro-contact-printed surface patterns. Use of the SNAP-tag protein functionality  Langumuir. May 17, PubMedID: 18484753
  3. Sielaff I. et al. (2006). Protein function microarrays based on self-immobilizing and self-labeling fusion proteins ChemBioChem.. 7, 194-202. PubMedID: 16342318
  4. Jongsma M.A., Litjens R. H. (2006). Self-assembling protein arrays on DNA chips by auto-labeling fusion proteins with a single DNA address  Proteomics . 6, 2650-2655. PubMedID: 16596705
  5. Tugulu S. et al. (2005). Protein-functionalized polymer brushes Biomacromolecules . 6, 1602-1607. PubMedID: 15877383
  6. Kufer S.K. et al. (2005). Covalent immobilization of recombinant fusion proteins with hAGT for single molecule force spectroscopy Eur. Biophys. J . 35, 72-78. PubMedID: 16160825
  7. Huber W. et al. (2004). SPR-based interaction studies with small molecular weight ligands using hAGT fusion proteins Anal. Biochem. . 333, 280-288. PubMedID: 15450803
  8. Kindermann M. et al. (2003). Covalent and selective immobilization of fusion proteins JACS . 125, 7810-7811. PubMedID: 12822993