The expressed protein yields a bright green fluorescence allowing scientists to easily track and analyze mRNA delivery and translation.
Aldevron, a global leader in the development and production of plasmid DNA, proteins, mRNA and antibodies for the biotech industry, today announced the addition of DasherGFP ® (green fluorescent protein) mRNA to its product portfolio off – the- shelf.
DasherGFP mRNA encodes an IP-free, fluorescent protein developed by ATUM, a partnership with Aldevron, to optimize its expression in mammalian cells.
The expressed protein produces a bright green fluorescence which allows scientists to easily monitor and analyze the delivery and translation of mRNA.
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