MarkerGene™ Gaussia Luciferase Cellular Assay Kit
Product ID: M1193
Gaussia luciferase is a reporter gene isolated from the marine copepod Gaussia princeps, and can be expressed in mammalian cells using commercially available reporter plasmids. This luciferase, which does not require ATP, catalyzes the oxidation of the substrate (M0739) in a reaction that emits light (at 470 nm), and has considerable advantages over other reporter genes.
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