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Pierce™ Cypridina Luciferase Glow Assay Kit (Thermo Scientific™)

The Thermo Scientific Pierce Cypridina Luciferase Glow Assay Kit provides an extremely bright and stable bioluminescence signal (half-life greater than 1 hour) in the presence of Cypridina luciferase reporters.

Features of the Cypridina Luciferase Glow Assay Kit:

Sensitive—highly sensitive detection of Cypridina luciferase activity
Secreted luciferase—allows real-time assays and kinetic studies without destroying cells
Stable—reagents provide increased signal stability compared to flash assays
Simple—does not require a luminometer with injectors
Compatible—assay reagents compatible with other Cypridina or Vargula luciferases
Automation-friendly—amenable to high throughput assays
Convenient—contains a universal cell lysis buffer and optimized glow assay reagent
Safe—allows one to perform non-radioactive assays

This Pierce Luciferase Glow Assay Kit contains reagents for measuring Cypridina luciferase activity in mammalian cell culture media and lysates. When used with Thermo Scientific Cypridina Luc Vectors, the kit provides an extremely sensitive bioluminescent reporter assay system for secreted or intracellular detection of luciferase activity. The light output generated by the luciferase reaction can be correlated to the amount of luciferase protein produced, which in turn is proportional to the activity of the promoter driving the luciferase expression. The kit can be used to detect the activity of any Cypridina luciferases or derivatives that use Vargulin as a substrate.

Includes:
Cell lysis buffer, reaction buffer and substrate

Requires:
Cypridina luciferase and luminometer or other instrument capable of monitoring luminescence, such as Thermo Scientific Luminoskan Ascent and Varioskan Flash Microplate Readers.

Applications:
• Promoter studies for analyzing cis- regulatory elements and trans-acting factors
• Drug screening
• siRNA and miRNA screening
• Multiplexed assays to study off-target effects
• Secretory pathway/protein localization reporter assays
• Signal transduction pathway analysis
• RNA splicing studies

The Cypridina luciferase is a 61kDa protein from the marine ostracod, Cypridina noctiluca. Cypridina luciferase is highly secreted into the cell culture media, allowing for live cell monitoring of reporter activity. Light output captured using a luminometer can be correlated with the amount of Cypridina luciferase protein produced and used to determine the activity of the promoter driving Cypridina expression. The Cypridina gene in Thermo Scientific Cypridina Luc Vectors is modified for expression in mammalian cells and provides optimal performance with the assay kit. The Cypridina glow reagent yields a Cypridina luciferase reaction with glow-type kinetics and is recommended for luminometers without injectors or for applications requiring batch processing of samples.

Pierce™ Renilla-Firefly Luciferase Dual Assay Kit (Thermo Scientific™)

The Thermo Scientific Pierce Renilla-Firefly Luciferase Dual Assay Kit provides the necessary reagents to simultaneously detect intracellular Renilla and Red Firefly luciferase activity in mammalian whole cell lysates.

Features of the Renilla-Firefly Luciferase Dual Assay Kit:

Simultaneous—concurrent, filter-based, wavelength-separated detection of two luciferase activities
Sensitive—measure Green Renilla and red firefly luciferase activities in the same sample
Fast—no quenching step required, unlike in traditional sequential dual assays
Multiplex—capable of quantitating two cellular activities in the same sample(s)

The Pierce Renilla-Firefly Luciferase Dual Assay Kit is a highly sensitive assay that allows for the simultaneous detection of Green Renilla and Red Firefly luciferase activity. Green Renilla luciferase acts as an experimental reporter with constitutively active red firefly as a normalization control. As shown in the animation video below, this reporter-and-control combination enables simultaneous monitoring of experimental reporter and control luciferase activities in a single-read assay without the need for two-step addition of substrate reagents or quenching. The assay working solution contains substrates for both luciferases, and the reactions occur simultaneously with flash-type kinetics. The resulting luminescent signals are spectrally resolvable using filters. In a single sample, researchers can assay transcriptional activity of regulatory elements, signal transduction pathways, and effects of activators or inhibitors.

Includes:
Cell lysis buffer, reaction buffer, and substrates coelenterazine and D-luciferin

Requires:
Green Renilla and Red Firefly luciferase reporters; Filter sets at 525nm±20nm for Green Renilla Luc and 615 to 675nm for Red Firefly Luc. Luminometer or other instrument capable of monitoring luminescence, such as Thermo Scientific Luminoskan Ascent and Varioskan Flash Microplate Readers; Injector required for assessing more than 24 wells at a time.

Applications:
• Study two regulatory elements at the same time
• Monitor two signaling pathways simultaneously
• Enable studying more than one target per screen (e.g. off-target effects)

Green Renilla produces brighter bioluminescent signal than firefly and native Renilla luciferases. The bioluminescent signal (λmax= 535nm) produced by Green Renilla luciferase protein results from the oxidation of coelenterazine. The second assay uses red firefly luciferase, which is a mutant form of the Japanese firefly luciferase Luciola cruciata. This luciferase produces a red-shifted emission spectrum (λmax= 613nm) that results from the oxidation of D-luciferin in the presence of ATP.

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Simultaneous dual-emission detection of luciferase reporter assays

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ActivX™ TAMRA-FP Serine Hydrolase Probe (Thermo Scientific™)

Thermo Scientific Serine Hydrolase Probes are ActivX™ Fluorophosphonate (FP) and other tagged phosphonate probes to purify or assay serine hydrolase active sites using fluorescence, biotin-affinity, or mass spectrometry.

Features of the ActivX TAMRA-FP Serine Hydrolase Probe:

Specific—labels the reactive site of active serine hydrolases
Compatible—tags available for capture, detection and Staudinger conjugation
Flexible—use for in vitro or intracellular enzyme labeling

These ActivX™ FP Probes feature a reactive fluorophosphonate group that specifically and covalently labels the active-site serine of enzymatically active serine hydrolases. These probes are available with a desthiobiotin (biotin analog) tag for selective enrichment, TAMRA fluorophore for detection or a reactive- azido group (Staudinger reagents) that facilitates multiplex labeling when used with phosphine- or alkyne-derivatized tags. These probes can be used to assess activity or screen small molecule inhibitors against enzymes derived from cell lysates, subcellular fractions, tissues and recombinant proteins.

Applications:
• Determine serine hydrolase enzyme activity in cells and lysates
• Mapping the active-site serine of functionally diverse serine hydrolase family members (e.g. proteases, lipases, esterases)
• Screen for small molecule binding affinities and active-site inhibition
• Profile serine hydrolases using fluorescent, Western blot or mass spectrometry workflows

ActivX active-site probes are especially advantageous for determining active enzyme levels compared to other protein expression profiling techniques that only measure abundance. Because many of the proteolytic enzymes in the serine hydrolase family are expressed as inactive proenzymes (zymogens), the ActivX FP probes selective enrichment only those enzymes that are functionally active and biologically relevant at the time of labeling. This feature also makes it possible to perform selective screening of inhibitors or other conditions that alter enzyme activity.

Active serine hydrolases labeled with ActivX FP Probes can be detected and quantified by Western blot, fluorescent gel imaging or mass spectrometry by using a compatible tag. The TAMRA-FP probe can be used to label and detect active serine hydrolases in samples by fluorescent gel imaging, capillary electrophoresis or mass spectrometry. An anti-TAMRA antibody is also available for immuno-enrichment of TAMRA-FP probe-labeled proteins. The Azido-FP probe is used in combination with a phosphine- or alkyne-derivatized tag for either detection or enrichment. Desthiobiotin-FP probes can be used for streptavidin-based enrichment and detection of active serine hydrolase proteins in Western blotting or mass spectrometry.

The serine hydrolase superfamily is one of the largest, most diverse enzyme families in eukaryotic proteomes. Serine hydrolases are generally grouped into two large families: serine proteases (e.g., trypsin, elastase and thrombin) and metabolic serine hydrolases. Metabolic serine hydrolases are divided into multiple enzyme subclasses (e.g., esterases, lipases, amidases and peptidases) based on structure, catalytic mechanism and substrate preference.

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Pierce™ Firefly Luciferase Flash Assay Kit (Thermo Scientific™)

The Thermo Scientific Pierce Firefly Luciferase Flash Assay Kit provides reagents to measure Red firefly luciferase activity in whole cell producing a very strong flash signal which decays rapidly.

Features of the Firefly Luciferase Flash Assay Kit:

• Highly sensitive detection of firefly luciferase activity
• Use with Pierce Firefly Luciferase Signal Enhancer for best results (maximum signal)
• Working solution stable for up to 2 months at -20°C
• Assay reagents compatible with other firefly luciferases
• Amenable to automation
• Contains a universal cell lysis buffer and optimized flash assay reagent
• Safe non-radioactive assay

Thermo Scientific Pierce Firefly Luciferase Flash Assay Kit contains reagents to measure the activity of firefly luciferase in mammalian whole cell lysates. Containing a convenient lysis buffer, assay buffer and firefly substrate, this kit provides a complete reagent system for the intracellular detection of promoter or pathway activity. Light output resulting from the luciferase reaction is captured using a luminometer and can be correlated with the amount of firefly luciferase protein produced and used to determine the activity of the promoter driving firefly expression. These reagents are optimized to work with Thermo Scientific Firefly Luc Plasmids; however, the Flash Assay Kit may be used to detect the activity of other firefly or ATP-dependent luciferases utilizing D-luciferin as a substrate.

Includes:
Cell lysis buffer, reaction buffer and substrate; purchase Luciferase Signal Enhancer separately.

Requires:
• Firefly luciferase and luminometer or other instrument capable of monitoring luminescence, such as Thermo Scientific Luminoskan Ascent and Varioskan Flash Microplate Readers.
• For best results (maximum signal), use with Pierce Firefly Luciferase Signal Enhancer

Applications:
• Promoter studies for analyzing cis- regulatory elements and trans-acting factors
• Drug screening
• siRNA and miRNA screening
• Multiplexed assays to study off-target effects
• Secretory pathway/protein localization reporter assays
• Signal transduction pathway analysis
• RNA splicing studies

Firefly luciferase is a 60kDa protein produced in nature by several species of the Lampyridae family of beetles which includes the genera Photinus and Luciola. Bioluminescent signal from firefly luciferase originates from the oxidation of D-luciferin. Light output captured using a luminometer can be correlated with the amount of firefly luciferase protein produced and used to determine the activity of the promoter driving firefly expression.

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Amplex™ Acetylcholine/Acetlycholinesterase Assay Kit (Invitrogen™)

The Amplex® Red Acetylcholine/Acetylcholinesterase Assay Kit provides an ultrasensitive method for detecting acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activity in a fluorescence microplate reader or fluorometer.

See our complete line of Fluorescence Microplate assays.

• Detect AChE activity levels as low as 0.002 U/mL in one hour
• Detect acetylcholine levels as low as 0.3 µM using excess AChE
• Achieve detection ranges of 0.3 µM to 100 µM acetylcholine
• Format allows for multiple time point measurements
• Designed for minimal autofluorescence interference

AChE activity is monitored indirectly using 10-acetyl-3,7-dihydroxyphenoxazine (Amplex® Red reagent), a sensitive fluorogenic probe for hydrogen peroxide. AChE converts the acetylcholine substrate to choline, which is then oxidized by choline oxidase to betaine and hydrogen peroxide. In the presence of horseradish peroxidase, hydrogen peroxide reacts with the Amplex® Red reagent in a 1:1 stoichiometric ratio to generate the highly fluorescent product resorufin.

Because resorufin has absorption and fluorescence emission maxima of approximately 571 nm and 585 nm, respectively, there is little interference from autofluorescence in most biological samples. Experiments with purified AChE from electric eel indicate that the Amplex® Red Acetylcholine/Acetylcholinesterase Assay Kit can detect AChE levels as low as 0.002 U/mL using a reaction time of one hour. By providing an excess of AChE in the assay, the kit can also be used to detect acetylcholine levels as low as 0.3 µM, with a range of detection from 0.3 µM to 100 µM acetylcholine.

Use Amplex® Red Assays for a Broad Range of Investigations
A wide variety of validated Amplex® Red assays are available for studying cell signaling and lipids, neurobiology, inflammation and immune function, and metabolism. We also offer Amplex® UltraRed Reagent (Cat. No. A36006), a second-generation reagent providing greater sensitivity and brighter fluorescence, and the Amplex® Red/UltraRed Stop Reagent (Cat. No. A33855). The Amplex® Red/UltraRed Stop Reagent provides convenience and control by allowing the fluorescence signal-generating reaction to be terminated at a user-determined time point. After addition of the stop reagent, the fluorescence signal remains stable for at least three hours. Custom assay design and packaging are also available.

Z'-LYTE™ Kinase Assay Kit - Ser/Thr 23 Peptide

A coumarin and fluorescein-labeled peptide substrate which can be used for kinase screening in an antibody-free format. This peptide is based upon a PKC epsilon pseudosubstrate derived peptide.

BACE1 (β-Secretase) FRET Assay Kit, red

BACE1 (β-secretase) is a key enzyme involved in the production of Amyloid beta-peptides (Abeta) found in extracellular amyloid plaques of Alzheimers disease (AD). In some cases, early onset familial AD can be attributed to a "Swedish" mutation in the amyloid precursor protein (APP), dramatically enhancing the cleavage of this protein by BACE1. This and other genetic and pathological evidence has led to therapeutic approaches focusing on the inhibition of BACE1 and other APP-cleaving enzymes, such as gamma-secretase. The BACE1 fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) Assay Kit provides a sensitive and efficient method for screening potential BACE1 inhibitors. This kit uses purified baculovirus-expressed BACE1 and a new red FRET peptide substrate based on the "Swedish" mutant.

The BACE1 FRET Assay Kit offers:

• Red emission to reduce compound interference
• Excitation at 545 nm and read emission at 585 nm
• An easy-to-use, rapid, homogeneous assay that is performed in solution
• Versatile formatting for high-throughput screening
• Stable results—measurements can be made for up to 24 hours

The principle of the BACE1 FRET assay is as follows: The peptide substrate is synthesized with two fluorophores, a fluorescent donor (a rhodamine (Rh) derivative), and a proprietary quenching acceptor. The distance between these two groups has been selected so that upon light excitation, the donor (D) fluorescence energy is significantly quenched by the acceptor (A) through a quantum mechanical phenomenon known as resonance energy transfer (Figure 1). Upon cleavage by the protease, the fluorophore is separated from the quenching group, restoring the full fluorescence yield of the donor. Thus, a weakly fluorescent peptide substrate becomes highly fluorescent upon enzymatic cleavage; the increase in fluorescence is linearly related to the rate of proteolysis.

Source of BACE1 Enzyme:
A cDNA sequence encoding amino acids 1-460 of human BACE1, corresponding to the ectodomain, was expressed in recombinant, baculovirus-infected insect cells. Purified BACE1 exists as the proBACE1 form having an apparent molecular weight of 55 kDa and an N-terminal sequence of TQHGIRLPLR.

Adapta™ Universal Kinase Assay Kit

The Adapta™ Universal Kinase Assay Kit is a homogenous, fluorescence-based immunoassay for the detection of ADP produced by kinases or other ATP dependent enzymes.

For more information, please visit www.invitrogen.com/adapta.

Z'-LYTE™ Kinase Assay Kit - Ser/Thr 11 Peptide

A coumarin and fluorescein-labeled peptide substrate which can be used for kinase screening in an antibody-free format. This peptide is based upon bovine beta-casein A2, containing Ser-17.

KDalert™ GAPDH Assay Kit with Manual (Invitrogen™)

The Ambion® KDalert™ GAPDH Assay Kit is for the reliable measure of GAPDH enzyme activity in cultured human, mouse, or rat cells in less than 30 minutes using a microplate fluorometer. The kit includes sufficient reagents for 375 reactions.

• Assess GAPDH siRNA delivery in 1/3 the time for 1/3 the cost of real-time PCR
• Analyze 1–96 samples simultaneously
• Measure both GAPDH siRNA-induced knockdown AND transfection-induced toxicity
• Compatible with a wide variety of cells and a broad range of culture conditions

The KDalert GAPDH Assay Kit is an ideal positive control for transfection optimization experiments and also measures transfection induced cytoxicity. It is designed for use with Ambion® Silencer® GAPDH siRNA.

Rapid, Time-Saving Procedure
Use the assay to optimize siRNA transfection by transfecting individual cell samples with a GAPDH siRNA and a negative control siRNA. Two to three days after transfection, simply add the included cell lysis buffer to the cells, incubate for 20 minutes, add the diluted master mix of assay reagents, and read the increase in fluorescence four minutes later using a microplate or standard fluorometer. The assay procedure can be completed in about 30 minutes with minimal sample handling.

One Assay for Two Readouts
Because GAPDH is expressed at relatively constant levels, the assay can also be used to monitor transfection agent induced toxicity. For this analysis, GAPDH enzyme activity from negative control siRNA-transfected cells is compared to that of untreated cells. Reduced GAPDH activity in negative control-transfected cells compared to non-transfected cells is an indication that the transfection-induced cytotoxicity.

Accessory Products:
The KDalert™ Kit is designed for use with Silencer® GAPDH siRNAs (SKUs #AM4605, AM4633, AM4634, AM4624, AM4632, or AM4631). Additional KDalert™ Lysis Buffer (SKU #AM8790G) is also available separately.

Z'-LYTE™ Kinase Assay Kit - Ser/Thr 13 Peptide

A coumarin and fluorescein-labeled peptide substrate which can be used for kinase screening in an antibody-free format. This peptide is based upon myosin light chain 2, containing Ser-20 and a Hyd-X-R-X-X-(S⁄T) consensus sequence, where Hyd is a hydrophobic residue and X is any residue.

Active Rho Pull-Down and Detection Kit (Thermo Scientific™)

The Thermo Scientific Pierce Active Rho Pull-Down and Detection Kit enables selective enrichment and detection of GTP-bound Rho GTPase through specific protein interaction with the Rhotekin protein-binding domain.

The Active Rho Pull-Down and Detection Kit includes purified GST-Rhotekin Rho-binding domain (RBD), glutathione agarose resin, positive and negative controls (GTPγS and GDP, respectively), lysis/binding/washing buffer, anti-Rho antibody, secondary antibody, sample buffer, spin columns and collection tubes. The kit was validated using lysates from NIH 3T3 cells, a cell line known to have robust Rho activity.

Features of the Active Rho Pull-Down and Detection Kit:

Highly sensitive and accurate—optimized reagents, specific pan anti-Rho antibody and Western blot procedure ensure accurate controls and semi-quantitative results
Validated—functionally tested for Rho detection to ensure quality and performance
Compatible—effective with a variety of cell types from mouse, rat and human sources

Applications:
• Follow activation of Rho GTPase during cell differentiation, migration, division and cytoskeletal rearrangement
• Study the activation of Rho during stress fiber formation
• Monitor Rho activity after stimulation with growth factors
• Screen small-molecule inhibitors for their effects on Rho activity

The Active Rho Pull-Down and Detection Kit was validated for function and specificity for active Rho using cell lysates treated with GTPγS to activate endogenous Rho and compared to GDP-treated lysates to inactivate the small GTPase. GTPγS treatment traps Rho in the GTP-bound form (active), resulting in a strong signal when endogenous Rho is present. GDP treatment pushes Rho into the GDP-bound state (inactive), resulting in little to no signal, regardless of Rho protein levels. This kit is optimized for Western blot detection using an HRP-conjugated secondary antibody (included) and Thermo Scientific SuperSignal West Pico Chemiluminescent Substrate (available separately, Part No. 34080). The kit contains sufficient components for 30 pull-down assays.

Kit components can also be used for immunofluorescent staining. Neuronal NS-1 cells were stimulated with NGF to study the spatial distribution of active Rho using the GST-RBD protein and anti-Rho antibody supplied in the kit.

Rho Background:
Rho family GTPases serve many cellular functions, including cell signaling, transcriptional regulation and organization of the actin cytoskeleton. This family of GTPases comprise Rho (RhoA, RhoB, and RhoC), Rac (Rac1, Rac2, Rac3, and RhoG), Cdc42 (Cdc42 and G25K), Rnd (Rnd1, Rnd2, and RhoE/Rnd3), RhoBTB family and the Miro family. These GTPases enable signal transduction from the plasma membrane to the cytosol through GPCR, tyrosine kinase, cytokine and adhesion receptors. Attachment to the plasma membrane is accomplished through geranylgeranyl lipid modifications at the carboxy-terminus of the protein. Signal transduction through Rho GTPases results in the reorganization of actin into stress fibers and the formation of focal adhesions. RhoA is localized to the cytosol and plasma membrane, while Rho B is localized to the plasma membrane and membrane vesicles. Like RhoA, RhoC is cytosolic, although it localizes to perinuclear regions.

The Rho GTPases interact with GEF, GAP, GDI and effector proteins for signal transduction. There are over 30 mammalian GEFs for the Rho GTPases, and each GEF contains a DBl homology domain for the nucleotide exchange reaction, a pleckstrin homology domain and additional specific domains for protein-protein interactions. The Rho Gap proteins accelerate the hydrolysis of GTP, and the GDI proteins enable translocation of the Rho GTPases between the cytoplasm and membrane and inhibit the GDP/GTP exchange by Rho GEFs. The GEF and GDI interaction with Rho and the Gα subunit is necessary for signal transduction through GPCRs. Some of the effector proteins include p160 Rho kinase, a serine/threonine kinase involved in stress fiber formation, p140mDia, which triggers reorganization of the actin cytoskeleton, and Rhotekin, a serine/threonine kinase scaffold protein that mediates signaling to activate NF-κB. The Rho family GTPases can work agonistically during cell signaling and and antagonistically during differentiation.

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Z'-LYTE™ Kinase Assay Kit - Tyrosine 7 Peptide

A coumarin and fluorescein-labeled peptide substrate which can be used for kinase screening in an antibody-free format. This peptide is based upon LAT, containing Tyr-200.

Z'-LYTE™ Kinase Assay Kit - Ser/Thr 25 Peptide

A coumarin and fluorescein-labeled serine⁄threonine peptide substrate which can be used for kinase screening in an antibody-free format.

Pierce™ Renilla Luciferase Glow Assay Kit (Thermo Scientific™)

The Thermo Scientific Pierce Renilla Luciferase Glow Assay Kit provides an extremely bright and stable bioluminescence signal (half-life approx. 3 hours), especially in the presence of Green Renilla luciferase reporter.

Features of the Renilla Luciferase Glow Assay Kit:

Sensitive—highly sensitive detection of Green Renilla luciferase activity
Stable—increased signal stability compared to flash assays
Simple—does not require a luminometer with injectors
Compatible—assay reagents compatible with other Renilla luciferases
Automation-friendly—amenable to high throughput assays
Convenient—contains a universal cell lysis buffer and optimized glow assay reagent
Safe—allows one to perform non-radioactive assays

This Pierce Luciferase Glow Assay Kit contains reagents for measuring the activity of Renilla luciferase in cell lysates. In the presence of luciferase, the glow reagent provides stable bioluminescent signal and is highly suited for luminometers without injectors or for batch processing of samples. The light output generated by the luciferase reaction can be correlated with the amount of luciferase protein produced which in turn is proportional to the promoter activity driving the luciferase expression. The glow assay reagents were optimized for best results with Thermo Scientific Green Renilla Luc Plasmids; however, this glow kit may be used to detect the activity of other Renilla luciferase derivatives that use coelenterazine as a substrate.

Includes:
Cell lysis buffer, reaction buffer and substrate

Requires:
Renilla luciferase and luminometer or other instrument capable of monitoring luminescence, such as Thermo Scientific Luminoskan Ascent and Varioskan Flash Microplate Readers.

Applications:
• Promoter studies for analyzing cis- regulatory elements and trans-acting factors
• Drug screening
• siRNA and miRNA screening
• Multiplexed assays to study off-target effects
• Protein localization reporter assays
• Signal transduction pathway analysis
• RNA splicing studies

The Green Renilla luciferase is a 36kDa protein produced by a derivative of the wild type Renilla luciferase gene from the sea pansy, Renilla reniformis. Compared to the wild type luciferase, Green Renilla is more stable in serum and has an the emission spectrum that is shifted toward the green region. The protein provides extremely bright flash signal that decays rapidly. The Pierce Renilla Glow Assay Kit reagent effectively stabilizes this bright bioluminescence to yield a signal half-life greater than 3 hours, thus eliminating the need for a luminometer with injectors. The assay kit was optimized for best results with Thermo Scientific Green Renilla Luc Plasmids; however, this glow kit may be used to detect the activity of other Renilla luciferase derivatives that use coelenterazine as a substrate.

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