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Retro-X™ ProteoTuner™ Shield System N (w/ ZsGreen1)

Cat. # Product Size License Quantity Details
632167 Retro-X™ ProteoTuner™ Shield System N (w/ ZsGreen1) Each USD $740.00

Direct manipulation of the presence and absence of a specific protein of interest is a very powerful tool for analyzing protein function. The Retro-X ProteoTuner Shield System N (w/ ZsGreen1) uses a unique method to regulate the amount of protein of interest present in a cell, quickly and directly. It utilizes a ligand-dependent destabilization domain (DD) and its membrane permeable stabilizing ligand, Shield1. The DD is based on a 12 kDa mutant of the FKBP protein, which is expressed as a tag on the N-terminus of your protein of interest. In the presence of Shield1, the DD-tagged protein is stabilized and will accumulate inside the cell. This ligand-dependent stabilization occurs very quickly, and has been observed as soon as 15–30 minutes after the addition of Shield1. However, in the absence of the protective ligand Shield1, the DD-tagged protein of interest is rapidly degraded. Removing the Shield1 (by splitting the cells into media without Shield1) allows for protein destabilization, causing a fast degradation of the protein of interest. The process of stabilization via Shield1 is reversible, so it is possible to tune the amount of protein of interest present in the cell, by controlling the amount of the Shield1 ligand.

Notice to purchaser

Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

Required Products

Cat. # Product Size Price License Quantity Details
632189 Shield1 500 uL USD $360.00

The Shield1 compound stabilizes a protein of interest tagged with the destabilization domain (DD), which is based on a mutated version of the FKBP protein. It is used to protect the DD fusion protein of interest from proteasomal degradation. The amount of Shield1 can be varied to tune the amount of stabilized protein of interest within the cell.

Retro-X™ ProteoTuner™ Shield System N

Cat. # Product Size License Quantity Details
632171 Retro-X™ ProteoTuner™ Shield System N Each USD $740.00

Direct manipulation of the presence and absence of a specific protein of interest is a very powerful tool for analyzing protein function. The Retro-X ProteoTuner Shield System N uses a unique method to regulate the amount of protein of interest present in a cell, quickly and directly. It utilizes a ligand-dependent destabilization domain (DD) and its membrane permeable stabilizing ligand, Shield1. The DD is based on a 12 kDa mutant of the FKBP protein, which is expressed as a tag onto the N-terminus of your protein of interest cloned into the pRetroX-PTuner Vector. In the presence of Shield1, the DD-tagged protein is stabilized and will accumulate inside the cell. This ligand-dependent stabilization occurs very quickly, and has been observed as soon as 15–30 minutes after the addition of Shield1. However, in the absence of the protective ligand Shield1, the DD-tagged protein of interest is rapidly degraded. Removing the Shield1 (by splitting the cells into media without Shield1) allows for protein destabilization, causing a fast degradation of the protein of interest. The extent of stabilization via Shield1 directly correlates with the amount of the ligand in the medium, so it is possible to tune the amount of protein of interest present in the cell, by controlling the amount of the Shield1 ligand.

Notice to purchaser

Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

Required Products

Cat. # Product Size Price License Quantity Details
632189 Shield1 500 uL USD $360.00

The Shield1 compound stabilizes a protein of interest tagged with the destabilization domain (DD), which is based on a mutated version of the FKBP protein. It is used to protect the DD fusion protein of interest from proteasomal degradation. The amount of Shield1 can be varied to tune the amount of stabilized protein of interest within the cell.

ProteoTuner™ Shield System N (w/ AcGFP1)

Cat. # Product Size License Quantity Details
632168 ProteoTuner™ Shield System N (w/ AcGFP1) Each USD $700.00

Direct manipulation of the presence and absence of a specific protein of interest is a very powerful tool for analyzing protein function. The ProteoTuner Shield System N (w/ AcGFP1) uses a unique method to regulate the amount of protein of interest present in a cell, quickly and directly. It utilizes a ligand-dependent destabilization domain (DD) and its membrane permeable stabilizing ligand, Shield1. The DD is based on a 12 kDa mutant of the FKBP protein, which is expressed as a tag onto the N-terminus of your protein of interest. In the presence of Shield1, the DD-tagged protein is stabilized and will accumulate inside the cell. This ligand-dependent stabilization occurs very quickly, and has been observed as soon as 15–30 minutes after the addition of Shield1. However, in the absence of the protective ligand Shield1, the DD-tagged protein of interest is rapidly degraded. Removing the Shield1 (by splitting the cells into media without Shield1) allows for protein destabilization, causing a fast degradation of the protein of interest. The process of stabilization via Shield1 is reversible, so it is possible to tune the amount of protein of interest present in the cell, by controlling the amount of the Shield1 ligand.

Notice to purchaser

Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

ProteoTuner™ Shield System N

Cat. # Product Size License Quantity Details
632172 ProteoTuner™ Shield System N Each USD $700.00

Direct manipulation of the presence and absence of a specific protein of interest is a very powerful tool for analyzing protein function. The ProteoTuner Shield System N uses a unique method to regulate the amount of protein of interest present in a cell, quickly and directly. It utilizes a ligand-dependent destabilization domain (DD) and its membrane permeable stabilizing ligand, Shield1. The DD is based on a 12 kDa mutant of the FKBP protein, which is expressed as a tag onto the N-terminus of your protein of interest cloned into the pPTuner Vector. In the presence of Shield1, the DD-tagged protein is stabilized and will accumulate inside the cell. This ligand-dependent stabilization occurs very quickly, and has been observed as soon as 15–30 minutes after the addition of Shield1. However, in the absence of the protective ligand Shield1, the DD-tagged protein of interest is rapidly degraded. Removing the Shield1 (by splitting the cells into media without Shield1) allows for protein destabilization, causing a fast degradation of the protein of interest. The extent of stabilization via Shield1 directly correlates with the amount of the ligand in the medium, so it is possible to tune the amount of protein of interest present in the cell, by controlling the amount of the Shield1 ligand.

Notice to purchaser

Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

Lenti-X™ ProteoTuner™ Shield System N (w/ ZsGreen1)

Cat. # Product Size License Quantity Details
632175 Lenti-X™ ProteoTuner™ Shield System N (w/ ZsGreen1) Each USD $740.00

The Lenti-X ProteoTuner Shield System N (w/ ZsGreen1) provides a unique method for quickly and directly regulating the amount of your protein of interest present in a cell, combined with versatile lentiviral delivery. The system utilizes a ligand-dependent destabilization domain (DD), derived from a 12 kDa mutant of the FKBP protein, and a membrane permeable stabilizing ligand, Shield1. Once cloned into the pLVX-PTuner Green Vector, the protein of interest is expressed with an N-terminal DD-tag and the fluorescent protein ZsGreen1. In the presence of Shield1, the DD-tagged protein is stabilized and will accumulate inside the cell. This ligand-dependent stabilization occurs very quickly, and has been observed as soon as 15–30 minutes after the addition of Shield1. In the absence of Shield1, the DD-tagged protein of interest is unstable. Consequently, removal of Shield1 (by splitting the cells into medium without Shield1) allows for destabilization and rapid degradation of the protein of interest. The extent of stabilization via Shield1 directly correlates with the amount of the ligand in the medium, so it is possible to fine-tune the amount of protein of interest present in the cell by controlling the amount of the Shield1 ligand.

Notice to purchaser

Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

Required Products

Cat. # Product Size Price License Quantity Details
632189 Shield1 500 uL USD $360.00

The Shield1 compound stabilizes a protein of interest tagged with the destabilization domain (DD), which is based on a mutated version of the FKBP protein. It is used to protect the DD fusion protein of interest from proteasomal degradation. The amount of Shield1 can be varied to tune the amount of stabilized protein of interest within the cell.

Lenti-X™ ProteoTuner™ Shield System N

Cat. # Product Size License Quantity Details
632173 Lenti-X™ ProteoTuner™ Shield System N Each USD $740.00

The Lenti-X ProteoTuner Shield System N provides a unique method for quickly and directly regulating the amount of your protein of interest present in a cell, combined with versatile lentiviral delivery. The system utilizes a ligand-dependent destabilization domain (DD), derived from a 12 kDa mutant of the FKBP protein, and a membrane permeable stabilizing ligand, Shield1. Once cloned into the pLVX-PTuner Vector, the protein of interest is expressed with an N-terminal DD-tag and the antibiotic selection marker puromycin. In the presence of Shield1, the DD-tagged protein is stabilized and will accumulate inside the cell. This ligand-dependent stabilization occurs very quickly, and has been observed as soon as 15–30 minutes after the addition of Shield1. In the absence of Shield1, the DD-tagged protein of interest is unstable. Consequently, removal of Shield1 (by splitting the cells into medium without Shield1) allows for destabilization and rapid degradation of the protein of interest. The extent of stabilization via Shield1 directly correlates with the amount of the ligand in the medium, so it is possible to fine-tune the amount of protein of interest present in the cell by controlling the amount of the Shield1 ligand.

Notice to purchaser

Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

Required Products

Cat. # Product Size Price License Quantity Details
632189 Shield1 500 uL USD $360.00

The Shield1 compound stabilizes a protein of interest tagged with the destabilization domain (DD), which is based on a mutated version of the FKBP protein. It is used to protect the DD fusion protein of interest from proteasomal degradation. The amount of Shield1 can be varied to tune the amount of stabilized protein of interest within the cell.

Lenti-X™ ProteoTuner™ Shield System C

Cat. # Product Size License Quantity Details
631074 Lenti-X™ ProteoTuner™ Shield System C Each USD $740.00

The Lenti-X ProteoTuner Shield System C provides a unique method for quickly and directly regulating the amount of your protein of interest present in a cell, and combines it with versatile lentiviral delivery. The system utilizes a ligand-dependent destabilization domain (DD-C) and a membrane-permeant stabilizing ligand, Shield1, to quickly and directly regulate the amount of your protein of interest present in a cell or organism. First, your gene of interest is cloned into the pLVX-PTunerC Vector, and expressed as a fusion with the destabilization domain (DD-C). Then the Shield1 ligand is either added or withheld, depending on your experiment.

In the presence of Shield1, the DD-C-tagged protein is stabilized and accumulates inside the cell. This ligand-dependent stabilization occurs very quickly, and has been observed as soon as 15-30 minutes after the addition of Shield1. In the absence of Shield1, the DD-C-tagged protein of interest is unstable. Consequently, removal of Shield1 allows for active and controllable degradation of the protein of interest. The extent of stabilization via Shield1 can be adjusted, and directly correlates with the amount of the ligand in the medium. Therefore, you can tune the level of your protein of interest present in the cell, by controlling the amount of the Shield1 ligand.

Notice to purchaser

Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

Required Products

Cat. # Product Size Price License Quantity Details
632189 Shield1 500 uL USD $360.00

The Shield1 compound stabilizes a protein of interest tagged with the destabilization domain (DD), which is based on a mutated version of the FKBP protein. It is used to protect the DD fusion protein of interest from proteasomal degradation. The amount of Shield1 can be varied to tune the amount of stabilized protein of interest within the cell.

ProteoTuner™ Shield System C

Cat. # Product Size License Quantity Details
631072 ProteoTuner™ Shield System C Each USD $700.00

The ProteoTuner Shield System C utilizes a ligand-dependent destabilization domain (DD-C) and a membrane-permeant stabilizing ligand, Shield1, to quickly and directly regulate the amount of your protein of interest present in a cell or organism. First, your gene of interest is cloned into the pPTunerC Vector and expressed as a fusion with the destabilization domain (DD-C). Then the Shield1 ligand is either added or withheld, depending on your experiment.

In the presence of Shield1, the DD-C-tagged protein is stabilized and accumulates inside the cell. This ligand-dependent stabilization occurs very quickly, and has been observed as soon as 15–30 minutes after the addition of Shield1. In the absence of Shield1, the DD-C-tagged protein of interest is unstable. Consequently, removal of Shield1 allows for active and controllable degradation of the protein of interest. The extent of stabilization via Shield1 can be adjusted, and directly correlates with the amount of the ligand in the medium. Therefore, you can tune the level of your protein of interest present in the cell, by controlling the amount of the Shield1 ligand.

Notice to purchaser

Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

Shield1

Cat. # Product Size License Quantity Details
632188 Shield1 5 mg USD $820.00

After reconstitution in your solvent of choice, the Shield1 compound stabilizes a protein of interest tagged with the destabilization domain (DD), which is based on a mutated version of the FKBP protein. It is used to protect the DD fusion protein of interest from proteasomal degradation. The amount of Shield1 can be varied to tune the amount of the stabilized protein of interest in vivo.

Notice to purchaser

Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

Shield1

Cat. # Product Size License Quantity Details
632189 Shield1 500 uL USD $360.00

The Shield1 compound stabilizes a protein of interest tagged with the destabilization domain (DD), which is based on a mutated version of the FKBP protein. It is used to protect the DD fusion protein of interest from proteasomal degradation. The amount of Shield1 can be varied to tune the amount of stabilized protein of interest within the cell.

Notice to purchaser

Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

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