- flag tagging
Molecular biology technique, in which the gene encoding a protein of interest is mutagenised to include an epitope for which there is a good antibody. The fate of the protein in a transfected cell or transgenic organism can then be followed easily. Popular tags include the myc, green fluorescent protein or haemagglutinin epitopes. See also epitope tag.
Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.
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