Vectors for Expression of Human Hec1 Complex Fusion Proteins
Expression of EGFP Fusion Proteins for the Investigation of the Hec1 Complex
Schematic view of the Hec1 complex
- Ready-to-use vectors for live cell imaging
- Large selection of genes
- Sequence-documented vectors
- Applications include localization, binding, and protein-protein interaction studies
- Experimentally approved
- At each centromere, a multi-protein complex binds named the kinetochore. The inner kinetochore directly binds to the centromeric chromatin during the whole cell cycle. During mitosis, further proteins of the outer kinetochore, including components of the Hec1 complex, bind to the inner kinetochore and establish the stable link between the centromeric chromatin and the microtubuli. This mechanical connection is regulated by proteins of the mitotic checkpoint. MoBiTec offers expression vectors coding for human Hec1 complex proteins in fusion with EGFP. Most of the fusion proteins can be expressed either with N- or C-terminal EGFP-tag. The cipher in the vector name indicates the linker length of the fusion proteins (e.g., for vector pG-22-hHec1 the linker length is 22 amino acids).
- The Hec1 complex EGFP fusion proteins can be used in modern fluorescence microscopy techniques to determine
- dynamics, and, when a second color is available,
- protein-protein interactions and
- protein-protein proximities
- For FRET analysis we suggest fusion proteins with short linker.
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