User comments


“I just wanted to give you a quick update on our experience testing your recently released PABG1 polyclonal anti-GFP antibody. In brain cryosections, this antibody detects our phluorin tagged calcium channel knock-in mouse with an unpreceded efficiency and specificity.”
Dr. E. Bourinet, IGF, CNRS - University of Montpellier

“Your new PABG1 antibody worked better than any other GFP antibody we tested. We got a fantastic signal in brain slices from our GAD67-GFP knock-in mice."
Marc Stieglitz (M. Sc.) Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

"It worked great where all the other antibodies tested so far have failed."
Paul Carlson, Ph.D. candidate, Helsinki University

 “Your GFP-Trap® is great! I have never seen such efficient reagent for pull down."
Prof. Dr. Tomoyuki Tanaka, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, University of Dundee

We recently had excellent MS results with the GFP-Trap®.
Dr. Gwyneth Ingram, IMPS, Edinburgh

We have been pleased with the results from both of the products: GFP-Trap_A® and GFP-Trap_M®
Katharine S. Ullman, Ph.D., Assoc. Professor, Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah

“The F2H® approach is the missing link between biochemistry and cell biology”
Prof. Sir David Lane, p53 Lab, A*Star, Singapore

I just wanted to give you a quick update on our experiences testing your GFP-Trap®. This will be quick because our experience is that they work fantastically well!
Prof. Dr. A.I. Lamond, Wellcome Trust Center, University of Dundee

“We were gob smacked when we did our own IP and saw the glowing green GFP-Trap® beads...”
Prof. Dr. Laura Trinkle-Mulcahy, University of Ottawa

The GFP-Trap® worked very nicely to pull-down our actin binding protein...
Prof. Dr. Evelyne Friederich, University of Luxembourg

I am brim over with enthusiasm for your GFP-Trap®; great product and great idea; Hats off!
Dr. Monika Jedrusik-Bode, MPI for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen

"GFP-Trap® is the best beads ever!"

Dr. Kenkyo Matsuura, Department of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology, Duke University

“When I used antibody for immunoprecipitation, strong background was usually hard trouble. I think that GFP-Trap® is revolution.“
Takeshi Mizuno, Ph. D., Advanced Science Institute, RIKEN (Institute of Physical and Chemical Research)

"The results obtained with the GFP-Trap® are much more clean (…) I am thus very happy about the GFP-Trap_A® product!”
Florence Besse, PhD, Univ. Nice Sophia-Antipolis

Man erlebt es in der Wissenschaft ja eher selten, dass ein neues Tool in den eigenen Händen genau so gut funktioniert, wie man es sich erhofft hatte - mit der GFP-Trap_A® war das bei mir der Fall! Das hat mich wirklich überzeugt!
Friederike Althoff, Institut of Zoology, University of Zürich

The beads GFP-Trap®_M are fantastic!
Francesca Sicilia, Dipartimento di Biologia Vegetale, Universitá  di Roma "La Sapienza"

"Your GFP-Trap® is such a powerful tool for bio-sensing applications! Stable, specific, sensitive, has all the ideal features of a capturing molecule. And it comes at a very competitive price."
Dr. Eduardo Della Pia, Nano Science Center, University of Copenhagen


"...the beads were glowing purple so we knew there was a ton of mCherry on them! I think the RFP-Trap® is a really nice reagent..."
Prof. Dr. Laura Trinkle-Mulcahy, University of Ottawa

"We have found your trap tools extremely useful, the purification effect is way superior to most of our antibodies. This tool proved very helpful in our research and we are practically addicted on it."
Dr. Ondrej Plihal, Institute of Microbiology, Department of Ecology

"I tested the RFP-Booster for labeling Drosophila oocytes using the suggested protocol. The Booster was specific and had double the fluorescence intensity as the fixed mCherry control. Even more exciting was that the dye was wonderfully stable. We imaged 9000 frames and had very little (if any) bleaching."
Dr. Timothy Weil, Oxford

"I am a big fan of all GFP/RFP-Trap® for Co-IP experiments and we use it regularly. Same thing for the labeled antigen specific nano-bodies."
Dr. Harald Wodrich, University Bordeaux 

"The 5F8 antibody is great. We have beautiful staining in the olfactory bulb for our neurons electroporated with RFP-encoding vector"
Manav Pathania, School of Medicine, Yale University