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Cypridina Luciferin


Cat No.
CSUB-0964
Description
Cypridina Luciferase was first cloned by Eric Thompson, and S. Nagata under Fred Tsuji in Japan 1989. Cypridina is a 555 amino acid, 62.171 KDa protein that oxidizes the luciferin to produce blue light at 462 nm Em Max. The advantage of using the Cypridna system: it does not cross react with Coelenterazine or Firefly d-Luciferin so it may be used in multiplex assays, brighter then Firefly Luciferase.
Appearance
Red to Brown Solid
CAS No.
7273-34-9
Molecular Weight
405.5
Purity
>99%
Storage
Store in tightly closed brown glass or plastic containers, keep away from light, avoid moisture, avoid prolonged exposure to air. Long term storage under Argon at -20° C to -70° C.
Synonyms
Vargula Luciferin; Vargulin; Cypridina hilgendorfi Luciferin
Molecular Formula
C22H27N7O
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