GFP Reagents from Brighter Ideas
Brighter Ideas, Inc. (Bii) offers reagents for Green-Fluorescent Protein (GFP) including unique purified antibodies and premium quality proteins. Brighter Ideas’ premium proteins and purified antibodies are of the highest quality for use in diagnostics assays, industrial manufacturing and biopharmaceutical research. These high quality proteins are created using out proprietary patented purification process. The cleanest proteins are guranteed to be at least 99% pure. Full quality control data are provided for every batch.
GFP Antibodies and Purified Protein
Dr. William W. Ward is a pioneer in the study of Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP), having begun his ground-breaking research on GFP in 1973. He has chaired three international symposia on GFP and has amassed more than 100 publications on this protein. Dr. Ward is unique in his use of GFP for college-level lab courses and in hands-on corporate biotechnology training programs and seminars. He is the founder of the Rutgers University center, CREBB, that has delivered two decades-worth of hands-on short courses in biotechnology to over 2,000 individuals in the biopharmaceutical community.
- Ward, W.W. Oct. 2005. Biochemical and Physical Properties of GreenFluorescent Proteins. In: Green Fluorescent Protein: Properties,Applications, and Protocols, 2nd Edition. M. Chalfie and S. Kain (eds.)Wiley-Interscience, Inc., pp 45-75.
- Chalfie, M., Y. Tu, G. Euskirchen, W.W. Ward and D.C. Prasher. 1994. Green-fluorescent protein as a marker for gene expression. Science 263:802-805.
- Cody, C.W., D.C. Prasher, W.M. Westler, F.G. Prendergast, and W.W.Ward. 1993. Chemical structure of the hexapeptide chromophore of theAequorea green-fluorescent protein. Biochemistry 32:1212-1218.
- Prasher, D.C., V.K. Eckenrode, W.W. Ward, F.G. Prendergast, and M.J.Cormier. 1992. Primary structure of the Aequorea victoria greenfluorescentprotein. Gene 111:229-233.