Vernal now offers catalog mCherry mRNA that has been optimized to produce high expression level of the red fluorescent protein. mCherry was derived from DsRed, a protein originally isolated from Discosoma sea anemones. mCherry is a monomeric fluorophore with a peak absorption maximum at 587 nm and emission maximum at 610 nm. A robust protein (pH-resistant, high photostability), mCherry is widely used as a reliable fluorescent reporter of gene expression.
Vernal’s mRNAs are highly pure mRNAs that incorporate modified nucleoside (N1-methyl-pseudouridine), Cap-1 structure, optimized codons and poly(A) tail to improve translation efficiency and reduce host cell immune response. Vernal’s mRNAs function as mature, fully processed mRNAs, and are ready for use in cells and animals.