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    TIE2 cDNA ORF Clone Human N HA tag
    Description:
    Full length Clone DNA of Human TEK tyrosine kinase endothelial with N terminal HA tag
    Catalog Number:
    HG10700-NY
    Price:
    295.0
    Category:
    cDNA Clone
    Applications:
    Stable or Transient mammalian expression
    Size:
    1Unit
    Product Aliases:
    CD202B cDNA ORF Clone Human, TIE-2 cDNA ORF Clone Human, TIE2 cDNA ORF Clone Human, VMCM cDNA ORF Clone Human, VMCM1 cDNA ORF Clone Human
    Molecule Name:
    TEK,Tie2,
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    Sino Biological tie2 plasmid
    TIE2 cDNA ORF Clone Human N HA tag
    Full length Clone DNA of Human TEK tyrosine kinase endothelial with N terminal HA tag
    https://www.bioz.com/result/tie2 plasmid/product/Sino Biological
    Average 92 stars, based on 1 article reviews
    Price from $9.99 to $1999.99
    tie2 plasmid - by Bioz Stars, 2021-08
    92/100 stars

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    Article Title: Imaging of Tie2 with a fluorescently labeled small molecule affinity ligand

    Journal: ACS chemical biology

    doi: 10.1021/acschembio.9b00724

    Intravital Microscopy. Tie2 reporter mouse, with implanted dorsal skin chambers, were injected with Reb-TMR (20 mg/kg, tail vein I.V.). About 1 hour after injection, select sites in the vascularized region were imaged. The two sites above show Reb-TMR lining the endothelia of the blood vessels, overlaying Tie2.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Intravital Microscopy. Tie2 reporter mouse, with implanted dorsal skin chambers, were injected with Reb-TMR (20 mg/kg, tail vein I.V.). About 1 hour after injection, select sites in the vascularized region were imaged. The two sites above show Reb-TMR lining the endothelia of the blood vessels, overlaying Tie2.

    Techniques Used: Intravital Microscopy, Injection

    Quantitative binding data and inhibition of Reb-TMR (a) Representative images of Reb-TMR in HUVEC cells in the presence (below) or absence (top) of unlabeled rebastinib (10 uM). (b) Quantification of Reb-TMR fluorescent intensity as a function of increasing concentration of unlabeled rebastinib. Reported is the mean single cell fluorescent intensity per well, N = 2 wells. Error bars correspond to S.D. (c) Biochemical fluorescent polarization assay of rebastinib-bodipy TMR (0.8 uM) on enzymatic domain of Tie2. Leftmost point corresponds to polarization of Reb-TMR in PBS, and right points correspond to polarization of Reb-TMR with Tie2, and in increasing concentrations of unlabeled rebastinib (0,0.1,1,10 uM). Reported is mean over N = 2 wells. Error bars correspond to S.D.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Quantitative binding data and inhibition of Reb-TMR (a) Representative images of Reb-TMR in HUVEC cells in the presence (below) or absence (top) of unlabeled rebastinib (10 uM). (b) Quantification of Reb-TMR fluorescent intensity as a function of increasing concentration of unlabeled rebastinib. Reported is the mean single cell fluorescent intensity per well, N = 2 wells. Error bars correspond to S.D. (c) Biochemical fluorescent polarization assay of rebastinib-bodipy TMR (0.8 uM) on enzymatic domain of Tie2. Leftmost point corresponds to polarization of Reb-TMR in PBS, and right points correspond to polarization of Reb-TMR with Tie2, and in increasing concentrations of unlabeled rebastinib (0,0.1,1,10 uM). Reported is mean over N = 2 wells. Error bars correspond to S.D.

    Techniques Used: Binding Assay, Inhibition, Concentration Assay

    Co-localization (a) High resolution imaging of HUVECs. Treatment of HUVECs with Reb-TMR (100 nM) followed by a stain for Tie2 shows colocalization of the two markers in the cytoplasm (b) Correlation of Reb-TMR and Tie2 immunofluorescence signals (Pearson r 2 = 0.88)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Co-localization (a) High resolution imaging of HUVECs. Treatment of HUVECs with Reb-TMR (100 nM) followed by a stain for Tie2 shows colocalization of the two markers in the cytoplasm (b) Correlation of Reb-TMR and Tie2 immunofluorescence signals (Pearson r 2 = 0.88)

    Techniques Used: Imaging, Staining, Immunofluorescence

    Modeling. Addition of a linker to the amide of rebastinib allows for coupling of a fluorophore to the small molecule. Based on a previously published structure of rebastinib in complex with Tie2 (PDB: 6MWE), we predicted this addition should not interfere with binding of rebastinib to Tie2.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Modeling. Addition of a linker to the amide of rebastinib allows for coupling of a fluorophore to the small molecule. Based on a previously published structure of rebastinib in complex with Tie2 (PDB: 6MWE), we predicted this addition should not interfere with binding of rebastinib to Tie2.

    Techniques Used: Binding Assay

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    Article Title: Imaging of Tie2 with a fluorescently labeled small molecule affinity ligand
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    Sino Biological tie2 plasmid
    Intravital Microscopy. <t>Tie2</t> reporter mouse, with implanted dorsal skin chambers, were injected with Reb-TMR (20 mg/kg, tail vein I.V.). About 1 hour after injection, select sites in the vascularized region were imaged. The two sites above show Reb-TMR lining the endothelia of the blood vessels, overlaying Tie2.
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    Intravital Microscopy. Tie2 reporter mouse, with implanted dorsal skin chambers, were injected with Reb-TMR (20 mg/kg, tail vein I.V.). About 1 hour after injection, select sites in the vascularized region were imaged. The two sites above show Reb-TMR lining the endothelia of the blood vessels, overlaying Tie2.

    Journal: ACS chemical biology

    Article Title: Imaging of Tie2 with a fluorescently labeled small molecule affinity ligand

    doi: 10.1021/acschembio.9b00724

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Intravital Microscopy. Tie2 reporter mouse, with implanted dorsal skin chambers, were injected with Reb-TMR (20 mg/kg, tail vein I.V.). About 1 hour after injection, select sites in the vascularized region were imaged. The two sites above show Reb-TMR lining the endothelia of the blood vessels, overlaying Tie2.

    Article Snippet: TIE2 plasmid was obtained from SinoBiological (HG10700-NY).

    Techniques: Intravital Microscopy, Injection

    Quantitative binding data and inhibition of Reb-TMR (a) Representative images of Reb-TMR in HUVEC cells in the presence (below) or absence (top) of unlabeled rebastinib (10 uM). (b) Quantification of Reb-TMR fluorescent intensity as a function of increasing concentration of unlabeled rebastinib. Reported is the mean single cell fluorescent intensity per well, N = 2 wells. Error bars correspond to S.D. (c) Biochemical fluorescent polarization assay of rebastinib-bodipy TMR (0.8 uM) on enzymatic domain of Tie2. Leftmost point corresponds to polarization of Reb-TMR in PBS, and right points correspond to polarization of Reb-TMR with Tie2, and in increasing concentrations of unlabeled rebastinib (0,0.1,1,10 uM). Reported is mean over N = 2 wells. Error bars correspond to S.D.

    Journal: ACS chemical biology

    Article Title: Imaging of Tie2 with a fluorescently labeled small molecule affinity ligand

    doi: 10.1021/acschembio.9b00724

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Quantitative binding data and inhibition of Reb-TMR (a) Representative images of Reb-TMR in HUVEC cells in the presence (below) or absence (top) of unlabeled rebastinib (10 uM). (b) Quantification of Reb-TMR fluorescent intensity as a function of increasing concentration of unlabeled rebastinib. Reported is the mean single cell fluorescent intensity per well, N = 2 wells. Error bars correspond to S.D. (c) Biochemical fluorescent polarization assay of rebastinib-bodipy TMR (0.8 uM) on enzymatic domain of Tie2. Leftmost point corresponds to polarization of Reb-TMR in PBS, and right points correspond to polarization of Reb-TMR with Tie2, and in increasing concentrations of unlabeled rebastinib (0,0.1,1,10 uM). Reported is mean over N = 2 wells. Error bars correspond to S.D.

    Article Snippet: TIE2 plasmid was obtained from SinoBiological (HG10700-NY).

    Techniques: Binding Assay, Inhibition, Concentration Assay

    Co-localization (a) High resolution imaging of HUVECs. Treatment of HUVECs with Reb-TMR (100 nM) followed by a stain for Tie2 shows colocalization of the two markers in the cytoplasm (b) Correlation of Reb-TMR and Tie2 immunofluorescence signals (Pearson r 2 = 0.88)

    Journal: ACS chemical biology

    Article Title: Imaging of Tie2 with a fluorescently labeled small molecule affinity ligand

    doi: 10.1021/acschembio.9b00724

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Co-localization (a) High resolution imaging of HUVECs. Treatment of HUVECs with Reb-TMR (100 nM) followed by a stain for Tie2 shows colocalization of the two markers in the cytoplasm (b) Correlation of Reb-TMR and Tie2 immunofluorescence signals (Pearson r 2 = 0.88)

    Article Snippet: TIE2 plasmid was obtained from SinoBiological (HG10700-NY).

    Techniques: Imaging, Staining, Immunofluorescence

    Modeling. Addition of a linker to the amide of rebastinib allows for coupling of a fluorophore to the small molecule. Based on a previously published structure of rebastinib in complex with Tie2 (PDB: 6MWE), we predicted this addition should not interfere with binding of rebastinib to Tie2.

    Journal: ACS chemical biology

    Article Title: Imaging of Tie2 with a fluorescently labeled small molecule affinity ligand

    doi: 10.1021/acschembio.9b00724

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Modeling. Addition of a linker to the amide of rebastinib allows for coupling of a fluorophore to the small molecule. Based on a previously published structure of rebastinib in complex with Tie2 (PDB: 6MWE), we predicted this addition should not interfere with binding of rebastinib to Tie2.

    Article Snippet: TIE2 plasmid was obtained from SinoBiological (HG10700-NY).

    Techniques: Binding Assay