#153935

Biotinylated bioluminescent probe (YuLu)

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Cat. #153935

Biotinylated bioluminescent probe (YuLu)

Cat. #: 153935

Sub-type: Marker

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Contributor

Inventor: Ann-Marie Broome

Institute: Medical University Of South Carolina

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Tool Details

*FOR RESEARCH USE ONLY

  • Tool name: Biotinylated bioluminescent probe (YuLu)
  • Alternate name: YuLu
  • Research fields: Cell biology;Other
  • Tool sub type: Marker
  • Primary target: Luciferase
  • Description: The global preclinical imaging market is estimated to reach 910 million in the US alone by 2021, including utilizing bioluminescent probes to study biological processes in vitro and in vivo in real time, image cancer cells, monitor gene delivery and adoptively transferred cells and track pathogen clearance, detect apoptosis and research signal transduction. Current limitations with many bioluminescence probes are the need for an external light source to excite the probe. Lucerifase based prob...
  • Purpose: Marker

Handling

  • Shipping conditions: Dry Ice

Target Details

  • Primary target: Luciferase

References

  • Jiang et al. 2018. ACS Chem Neurosci. 9(1):100-106. PMID: 28532151.
  • Biotinylated Bioluminescent Probe for Long Lasting Targeted in Vivo Imaging of Xenografted Brain Tumors in Mice.