Mouse Hybridoma Clone 2G8 Against MiniSOG (2G8 Hybridoma, TID 17-099)

Researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center have developed a new hybridoma cell line that expresses anti-miniSOG antibodies.

MiniSOG is a fluorescent flavoprotein engineered from Arabidopsis phototropin 2. It contains 106 amino acids, and is often used as a protein tag for fluorescence microscopy and electron microscopy.

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