Nanodisc membrane scaffold proteins (MSPs) - untagged
Membrane scaffold proteins (MSPs) are typically used for the reconstitution of already isolated proteins. A variety of membrane scaffold proteins (MSPs) are available that can be assembled to nanodiscs of different sizes to accommodate proteins with varying numbers of transmembrane domains. If the protein of interest itself carries a his-tag, we recommend to use untagged MSP proteins for assembly. All our human nanodisc variants are now available as an untagged version. For use in cell-free expression reactions, pre-assembled nanodiscs are available, both as his-tagged and untagged variants.
Why Membrane scaffold proteins?
Variety of lyophilized membrane scaffold proteins available
Stable, lyophilized protein preparations in convenient aliquots
Can be combined with different phospholipids
Detailed protocols and expert support provided