Allele Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a private, San Diego-based company that explores the mechanisms of biological processes to develop technologies and products for biomedical researchers.
Allele’s mission is to increase accessibility to innovative molecular biology research tools by offering cutting edge products at a reasonable cost, and providing excellent customer service in addition to the technical knowledge needed to facilitate their use.
Over the past decade, Allele has become a reliable source for a wide variety of Molecular Biology reagents, superior fluorescent proteins, highly efficient luciferase assay substrates, genotyping kits, and various custom services. The company has also been a leader in the RNAi field with its recent patents in Pol III promoter-driven siRNA, shRNA, and miRNA. Through partnerships and collaborations, Allele has recently introduced high titer lentivirus, camelid antibodies, and cell based assays. Through the recent acquisition of Orbigen, Inc., Allele now offer Baculovirus protein expression and Gryphon retrovirus systems.
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Presenting: An immobilized GFP-binding protein derived from camelid single domain antibodies
Optimized by the research team at Allele Biotechnology, GFP-nAb™ is a highly specific GFP (Green Fluorescent Protein) binding protein derived from camelids. It is characterized by a small size (13 KDa) and a very high stability (stable up to 70°C, functional in high salt concentrations or 0.5% SDS). One molecule of GFP-nAb™ binds one molecule of GFP with a dissociation constant (Kd) in the sub nanomolar range. This makes GFP-nAb™ resin the ideal candidate for a variety of biological assays, some of which are listed below.
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