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Luciferase from Vibrio fischeri

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Catalog Number: B2012533 (10 mg)
Luciferase from Vibrio fischeri is a high quality Vibrio fischeri luciferase that emits light in the presence of fatty acids. This product has been used as molecular tool for various biochemical applications. It has also been used in a wide array of other chemical and immunological applications. Custom bulk amounts of this product are available upon request.

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Luciferase from Vibrio fischeri
Catalog number: B2012533
Lot number: Batch Dependent
Expiration Date: Batch dependent
Amount: 10 mg
Molecular Weight or Concentration: N/A
Supplied as: Lyophilized Powder
Applications: molecular tool for various biochemical applications
Storage: 2-8°C
Keywords: LfVf
Grade: Biotechnology grade. All products are highly pure. All solutions are made with Type I ultrapure water (resistivity >18 MΩ-cm) and are filtered through 0.22 um.

References:
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2: Almashanu S, Gendler I, Hadar R, Kuhn J. Interspecific luciferase beta subunit hybrids between Vibrio harveyi, Vibrio fischeri and Photobacterium leiognathi Protein Eng. 1996 Sep;9(9):803-9.
3: Petushkov VN, Gibson BG, Lee J. Direct measurement of excitation transfer in the protein complex of bacterial luciferase hydroxyflavin and the associated yellow fluorescence proteins from Vibrio fischeri Y1 Biochemistry. 1996 Jun 25;35(25):8413-8.
4: Schmetterer G, Wolk CP, Elhai J. Expression of luciferases from Vibrio harveyi and Vibrio fischeri in filamentous cyanobacteria J Bacteriol. 1986 Jul;167(1):411-4.
5: Xi L, Tu SC. Construction and characterization of hybrid luciferases coded by lux genes from Xenorhabdus luminescens and Vibrio fischeri Photochem Photobiol. 1993 Apr;57(4):714-9.
6: Zavilgelsky GB, Shakulov RS. [Mechanisms and Origin of Bacterial Biolumenescence] Mol Biol (Mosk). 2018 Nov-Dec;52(6):935-947.
7: Daubner SC, Baldwin TO. Interaction between luciferases from various species of bioluminescent bacteria and the yellow fluorescent protein of Vibrio fischeri strain Y-1 Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1989 Jun 30;161(3):1191-8.
8: Lei B, Tu SC. Mechanism of reduced flavin transfer from Vibrio harveyi NADPH-FMN oxidoreductase to luciferase Biochemistry. 1998 Oct 13;37(41):14623-9.
9: Fan L, Huang Y, Huang T, Zhao K, Zhang YN, Li C, Zhao YH. Photolysis and photo-induced toxicity of pyraclostrobin to Vibrio fischeri: Pathway and toxic mechanism Aquat Toxicol. 2020 Mar;220:105417.
10: Devine JH, Kutuzova GD, Green VA, Ugarova NN, Baldwin TO. Luciferase from the east European firefly Luciola mingrelica: cloning and nucleotide sequence of the cDNA, overexpression in Escherichia coli and purification of the enzyme Biochim Biophys Acta. 1993 May 28;1173(2):121-32.

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