m7GTP Agarose

Cat.No. : m7GTP-001A
Product Overview : Immobilized γ-Aminophenyl-7-Methyl-guanosine 5'-triphosphate (m7GTP) is suitable for purification of eukaryotic mRNA cap-binding proteins.
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Cat.no : m7GTP-001A
Size : 1 mL, 5 mL
Matrix : Highly cross-linked agarose
Average particle size : 45 - 165 μm
Ligand : m7GTP
Ligand concentration : 5 umol m7GTP/ml gel
Recommended flow rate : 11.5 cm/h
Chemical stability : Stable to all solutions commonly used in gel filtration including 8 M urea and 6 M guanidine hydrochloride.Not stable in organic solvents!
pH working range : 7.5
pH CIP range : 4 - 9
Shelf life : 12 months
Publication :
Estrogen receptor α promotes protein synthesis by fine-tuning the expression of the eukaryotic translation initiation factor 3 subunit f (eIF3f) (2018)
A novel role of the vaccinia virus mRNA capping enzyme in determining virus host range (2018)
Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cells Exhibit Stage-Specific Translational Programs via mTOR- and CDK1-Dependent Mechanisms (2020)
YWHAE/14-3-3ε expression impacts the protein load, contributing to proteasome inhibitor sensitivity in multiple myeloma (2020)
RNA-binding protein FXR1 drives cMYC translation by recruiting eIF4F complex to the translation start site (2021)

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