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D-Luciferin, sodium salt


Luciferins are a class of ATP-dependent substrates that are oxidized in the presence of the enzyme luciferase to produce oxyluciferin and energy in the form of light. Luciferin undergoes an enzyme-catalysed oxidation and the resulting unstable reaction intermediate emits light upon decaying to its ground state. This system is employed as a very useful reporter in plants, bacteria, and mammalian cells. Because chemiluminescent techniques are virtually background-free, this reporter gene system is ideal for detecting low-level gene expression.

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Formal Name: D-Luciferin, sodium salt
CAS Number: 103404-75-7
Molecular Formula: C11H7NaN2O3S2
Molecular Weight 302.30
Purity: >98%
Storage Condition: -20 ℃
Shipping Condition: Room temperature

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