SPiDER-ßGal

Catalog Number:
CFA1108211DOJ
Mfr. No.:
SG02-10
Price:
  • Size:
    20 µg × 3
    Quantity:
    Add to Cart:
      • Overview
        • The gene of β-galactosidase from E. coli is widely used as a reporter gene assay marker. Although X-gal is well known reagent to detect β-galactosidase in cell or tissue samples, the assay using these reagents require to fix cells or tissues due to the poor cell-permeability. In addition, so far developed the assay using fluorescence reagents cannot clearly differentiate β-galactosidase-expressed cells or regions.

          Please contact us at  for specific academic pricing.

      • Properties
        • Categories
          Senescence & Reporter Gene Assay
          CAS Number
          1824699-57-1
          Storage
          0-5°C
          Shipping
          ambient temperature

          * For research use only

      • Applications
        • Application
          Reporter Gene Assay (ß-galactosidase detection)
      • Reference
        • 1) T. Doura, M. Kamiya, F. Obata, Y. Yamaguchi, T. Y. Hiyama, T. Matsuda, A. Fukamizu, M. Noda, M. Miura, Y. Urano, "Detection of LacZ-Positive Cells in Living Tissue with Single-Cell Resolution.", Angew Chem Int Ed Engl., 2016, doi: 10.1002/anie.201603328

          2) H. Omori, S. Ogaki, D. Sakano, M. Sato, K. Umeda, N. Takeda, N. Nakagata, S. Kume, "Changes in expression of C2cd4c in pancreatic endocrine cells during pancreatic development.", FEBS Lett., 2016, doi: 10.1002/1873-3468.12271

          3) Y. Nakamura, A. Mochida, T. Nagaya, S. Okuyama, F. Ogata, P. L. Choyke, H. Kobayashi, "A topically-sprayable, activatable fluorescent and retaining probe, SPiDER-βGal for detecting cancer; Advantages of anchoring to cellular proteins after activation ", Oncotarget., 2017, doi: 10.18632/oncotarget.17080.

          4) S. Lu, S. Liu, A. Wietelmann, B. Kojonazarov, A. Atzberger, C. Tang, R. T. Schermuly, H. J. Grone, S. Offermanns, "Developmental vascular remodeling defects and postnatal kidney failure in mice lacking Gpr116 (Adgrf5) and Eltd1 (Adgrl4)", PLoS ONE., 2017, 10.1371/journal.pone.0183166.

          5) T. Sugizaki, S. Zhu, G. Guo, A. Matsumoto, J. Zhao, M. Endo, H. Horiguchi, J. Morinaga, Z. Tian, T. Kadomatsu, K. Miyata, H. Itoh & Y. Oike, "Treatment of diabetic mice with the SGLT2 inhibitor TA-1887 antagonizes diabetic cachexia and decreases mortality", Nature Partner Journal:Aging and Mechanisms of Disease., doi:10.1038/s41514-017-0012-0.

          6) Y. Nakatani, H. Kiyonari and T. Kondo , "Ecrg4 deficiency results in extended replicative capacity of neural stem cells in a Foxg1-dependent manner", Development.,2019,doi: 10.1242/dev.168120 .

          7) A. A.Tokmakov AA and K. I. Sato , "Activity and intracellular localization of senescence-associated β-galactosidase in aging Xenopus oocytes and eggs.", Exp. Gerontol.., 2019, 119, 157.

          8) Y. Han, T. Bedarida, Ye Ding, Q. Wang, P. Song, and M. H. Zou, "β-Hydroxybutyrate Prevents Vascular Senescence through hnRNP A1-Mediated Upregulation of Oct4", Molecular Cell., 2019, 71, 1064–1078.

    Documents

    Manual

    Copyright © Amerigo Scientific. All rights reserved.