abcam (www.abcam.com) advertises goat antibodies to GFP. I have not
used their latest set of antibodies, but have had success in the past
with other anti-GFP antibodies from Abcam.
Alternatively, if you use a formaldehyde based fix for your tissue and a
relatively fast staining protocol, the endogenous green fluorescence of
the GFP may persist well enough through fixation and staining so that
you can detect it without any other label. Then you can use red and
far-red labeled antibodies to detect your other proteins of interest.
Janet S. Duerr, Ph.D.
Program in Molecular and Cell Biology
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
825 N.E. 13th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
email:Janet-Duerr at omrf.ouhsc.edu
aloisia schmid wrote:
>> Hello Everybody,
> Does anyone know about a GFP antibody made in some other animal besides
> mouse or rabbit? I want to do triple labels, and already checked
> Molecular Probes, Clontech, and Jackson, none of which had such an
> antibody. Failing that, does anybody know of any alternative protocols
> for detecting GFP along with 2 other antigens?
> Rachel Kraut