- Stronger signal in confocal and standard fluorescence microscopy
- More options in super-resolution microscopy including STORM and MINFLUX
- Constant degree of labeling (DOL = 2 dyes per Booster) for higher resolution
- More than 95% labeling efficiency
Immunostaining in HeLa cells low expressing Tubulin-GFP.
Left: GFP signal of Tubulin-GFP (green) and DAPI stain (blue);
Right: Tubulin-GFP detection by GFP-Booster coupled to Alexa Fluor 647
We currently offer our GFP- and RFP-Booster conjugated to two different far-red dyes:
Alexa Fluor® 647 and ATTO647N.
ChromoTek’s Marketing Manager Dr. Christoph Eckert has been interviewed by Biocompare, the buyers’ guide for life scientists, on labels for super resolution microscopy.
ChromoTek Nano-Boosters are ideal for Super-Resolution and “traditional” fluorescence microscopy because of their high affinity and extremely small size of just 2 to 3 nm. Technically speaking, the GFP-and RFP-Boosters are composed of the highly specific GFP- or RFP-binding domains of alpaca antibodies (also called “nanobodies”), covalently coupled to a selection of fluorescent dyes.