SOURCE OF LUCIFERASE
T. J. Murphy
medtjm at bimcore.emory.edu
Sun Jul 23 20:52:09 EST 1995
In article 7to at news.cityscape.co.uk, ae55 at cityscape.co.uk (John Bates) writes:
>I will be using reasonable quantities of the enzyme Luciferase
>over the next year. Many commercial sources of this enzyme are very
>expensive. Any advice on a good supplier of this enzyme would
>be much appreciated.
>PHARMACEUTICAL technology Ltd
Are you sure you aren't talking about luciferin? You can detect luciferase
down to the fg range with a reasonable assay. Just off the top of my head,
that will translate into several thousand dollars of luciferin per mg of
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