PARP1 VHH, recombinant binding protein

Description
Alpaca anti-PARP1 VHH, purified protein, unconjugated

Synonyms
PARP1-Binding-Protein, PARP1-Nanobody, and PARP1-single domain antibody (sdAb)

Specificity
Human PARP1
Epitope: within DNA binding domain of PARP1

The anti-PARP1 VHH does not bind to human PARP2, 3, or 9

Applications
Coupling of dyes, biotin, etc. via NHS Ester reaction

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Specificity
PARP1, human

Conjugation:
Unconjugated
Suitable for conjugation of dyes, biotin, beads, surfaces etc. via NHS ester reaction

Biophysical properties
Molecular weight MW: 14.36 kDa
Molecular extinction coefficient ε: 17,670 L·Mol−1·cm−1
Isoelectrical point pI: 9.2 (theoretical)

Form
Purified recombinant antibody fragment, monoclonal

Protein concentration
1 mg/mL

Storage buffer
25mM TAPS pH 8.5, 500 mM NaCl, 5 mM EDTA, preservative: 0.09 % sodium azide

Storage instructions
Shipped at ambient temperature. Upon receipt store at 4°C; stable for one year.

Do not freeze.

Are the nanobodies monoclonal or polyclonal?

The nanobodies are recombinant/monoclonal.

What are the biophysical parameters of the Nanobodies?

Name MW (kDa) Molar Extinction Coefficient
(M-1 cm-1)
Theoretical pI
GFP VHH 13.9 27.055 9.4
GST VHH 14.8 28.545 8.2
Halo VHH 14.8 23.045 9.4
Histon VHH 14.4 25.565 10.2
MBP VHH 14.1 27.055 10.0
Mdm4/Hdmx VHH 13.6 14.565 10.1
MK2 VHH 14.4 32.555 9.7

mNeonGreen VHH

14.3 21.680 8.0
Myc VHH 13.5 23.045 9.6
p53 C-term VHH 14.8 34.170 9.2
p53 N-term VHH 13.0 20.065 9.7
PARP1 VHH 14.4 17.670 9.2
RFP VHH 14.9 30.035 9.3
SNAP/CLIP-tag VHH 13.1 24.075 9.8
Spot VHH (bivalent) 30.3 46.340 5.3
TurboGFP VHH 13.6 18.575 9.5
Vimentin VHH 26.7 48.150 10.0

Do the nanobodies have any tags?

Yes, the nanobodies have a C-terminal His6-tag.

Extraordinary stable & reliable binding

  • Applications validated and characterized

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