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pCT- Catenin-GFP (pCMV, Cytosol to Nucleus to Membrane, B-Catenin activation Tag)

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  • pCT- Catenin-GFP (pCMV, Cytosol to Nucleus to Membrane, B-Catenin activation Tag)
  • Activated β-catenin Cyto-Tracer™, pCT-Catenin-GFP (CMV)
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Description

pCT- Catenin-GFP (pCMV, Cytosol to Nucleus to Membrane, B-Catenin activation Tag). Cat# CYTO116-PA. Supplier: SBI System Biosciences

Study Wnt signaling and β-catenin activation with this Cyto-Tracer that tracks subcellular localization of β-catenin-tagged copGFP (expressed by CMV)
  • Stable lentivector-based system
  • Great for creating stable reporter cell lines
  • Ideal for co-localization studies
  • Monitor cellular dynamics and functional studies in real time
  • Study Wnt/β-catenin signaling in a range of cell types

Overview

Easily study the dynamics of cellular processes with SBI’s Cyto-Tracers™
Leverage SBI’s high-quality lentivector technology to study subcellular localization and dynamics with our line of Cyto-Tracer vectors. Easily create stable reporter cell lines with our validated, pre-built lentivectors—available as transfectable plasmids or ready-to-transduce, pre-packaged virus. The Activated β-catenin Cyto-Tracer, pCT-Catenin-GFP (CMV), fuses a β-catenin tag to copGFP—during Wnt signaling, β-catenin moves between the cytosol, the nucleus, and the cell membrane. The copGFP-fusion is expressed from the CMV promoter, for strong expression in common cell types such as HeLa, HEK293, and HT1080.
  • Stable lentivector-based system
  • Great for creating stable reporter cell lines
  • Ideal for co-localization studies
  • Monitor cellular dynamics and functional studies in real time
  • Study Wnt/β-catenin signaling in a range of cell types
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How It Works

Visualizing the cell with Cyto-Tracers

SBI’s Cyto-Tracers fuse a specific protein tag to copGFP or RFP, directing the fluorescent protein to the desired subcellular location.

Supporting Data

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