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Synthases

ACP Synthase (NEB #P9301) catalyzes the covalent transfer of substituents from derivatized coenzyme A (CoA) substrates to ACP-tagged fusion proteins exposed on the surface of living or fixed cells. SFP Synthase (NEB #P9302) catalyzes the covalent transfer of substituents from derivatized coenzyme A (CoA) substrates to ACP- or MCP-tagged fusion proteins exposed on the surface of living or fixed cells. SFP synthase can be used for dual ACP-tag and MCP-tag labeling.

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  • Cellular Imaging and Analysis Brochure

    The Cellular Imaging and Analysis brochure provides information on the labeling technologies offered by NEB for studying the function and localization of proteins in cells.

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