1. Fluorescent Dye
  2. Fluorogenic Substrate
  3. Enzyme Labeling
  4. Luciferase Substrate

Luciferase Substrate

Luciferase Substrate (16):

Cat. No. Product Name CAS No. Purity Chemical Structure
  • HY-12591B
    D-Luciferin potassium 115144-35-9 99.97%
    D-luciferin is the natural substrate of the enzyme luciferase (Luc) that catalyzes the production of the typical yellowgreen light of fireflies. The 560 nm chemiluminescence from this reaction peaks within seconds, with light output that is proportional to luciferase concentration when the substrate luciferin is present in excess. The luciferase (luc) gene is a popular reporter gene for research and agent screening. Chemiluminescent techniques are virtually background-free, making the luc reporter gene ideal for detecting low-level gene expression. As little as 0.02 pg of luciferase can be reliably measured in a standard scintillation counter. In addition to its role as a reporter of gene expression, luciferase is commonly used in an extremely sensitive assay for ATP. We offer the firefly luciferase (HY-P1004), luciferin free acid (HY-12591A), as well as its water-soluble sodium salts (HY-12591) and potassium salts (HY-12591B) .
    D-Luciferin potassium
  • HY-12591A
    D-Luciferin 2591-17-5 99.87%
    D-luciferin is the natural substrate of the enzyme luciferase (Luc) that catalyzes the production of the typical yellowgreen light of fireflies. The 560 nm chemiluminescence from this reaction peaks within seconds, with light output that is proportional to luciferase concentration when the substrate luciferin is present in excess. The luciferase (luc) gene is a popular reporter gene for research and agent screening. Chemiluminescent techniques are virtually background-free, making the luc reporter gene ideal for detecting low-level gene expression. As little as 0.02 pg of luciferase can be reliably measured in a standard scintillation counter. In addition to its role as a reporter of gene expression, luciferase is commonly used in an extremely sensitive assay for ATP. We of er the firefly luciferase (HY-P1004), luciferin free acid (HY-12591A), as well as its water-soluble sodium salts (HY-12591) and potassium salts (HY-12591B) .
    D-Luciferin
  • HY-12591
    D-Luciferin sodium 103404-75-7 99.92%
    D-luciferin is the natural substrate of the enzyme luciferase (Luc) that catalyzes the production of the typical yellowgreen light of fireflies. The 560 nm chemiluminescence from this reaction peaks within seconds, with light output that is proportional to luciferase concentration when the substrate luciferin is present in excess. The luciferase (luc) gene is a popular reporter gene for research and agent screening. Chemiluminescent techniques are virtually background-free, making the luc reporter gene ideal for detecting low-level gene expression. As little as 0.02 pg of luciferase can be reliably measured in a standard scintillation counter. In addition to its role as a reporter of gene expression, luciferase is commonly used in an extremely sensitive assay for ATP. We of er the firefly luciferase (HY-P1004), luciferin free acid (HY-12591A), as well as its water-soluble sodium salts (HY-12591) and potassium salts (HY-12591B) .
    D-Luciferin sodium
  • HY-111382
    Diphenylterazine 344940-63-2 98.52%
    Diphenylterazine (DTZ) is a bioluminescence agent. Diphenylterazine alone yielded very little background, leading to excellent signal-to-background ratios.
    Diphenylterazine
  • HY-18743
    Coelenterazine 55779-48-1 98.94%
    Coelenterazine is a luminescent enzyme substrate for apoaequorin and Renilla luciferase. Renilla luciferase and substrate coelenterazine has been used as the bioluminescence donor in bioluminescence resonance energy transfer (BRET) to detect protein-protein interactions. Coelenterazine is a superoxide anion-sensitive chemiluminescent probe and it can also be used in chemiluminescent detection of peroxynitrite.
    Coelenterazine
  • HY-D2327
    DPP-8/9 probe-1 3020859-80-4
    DPP-8/9 probe-1 (compound 20) is a fluorescent probe targeting Dipeptidyl Peptidase DPP8/9, which can be selectively labeled and visualized in vitro by fluorescence microscopy Active DPP8/9. DPP-8/9 probe-1 contains a nitrobenzoxadiazole (NBD) tag and has high affinity and selectivity for DPP8/9 over related S9 family members (IC50 of 210 nM and 15 nM, respectively).
    DPP-8/9 probe-1
  • HY-111653
    CycLuc1 1247879-16-8 99.72%
    CycLuc1 is a blood-brain barrier permeable luciferase substrate that displays near-infrared (NIR) emission with a peak luminescence wavelength of 599 nm. CycLuc1 can be used for in vivo bioluminescence imaging.
    CycLuc1
  • HY-137834
    Gly-Pro-AMC hydrobromide 115035-46-6 98.68%
    Gly-Pro-AMC hydrobromide is a fluorescent dye, it can be used as a specific fluorescent substrate for detecting Dipeptidyl peptidase IV (DPP-IV) activity.
    Gly-Pro-AMC hydrobromide
  • HY-P1004
    Luciferase 9014-00-0
    Luciferase from Vibrio fischeri has also been used in a study to investigate the sensitivity of dark mutants of various strains of luminescent bacteria to reactive oxygen species.
    Luciferase
  • HY-P1004A
    Luciferase, firefly 61970-00-1 ≥98.0%
    Luciferase, firefly is the light-emitting enzyme responsible for the bioluminescence of fireflies and click beetles.
    Luciferase, firefly
  • HY-D1685
    BZiPAR 254451-46-2
    BZiPAR is a fluorescent probe. BZiPAR also is a substrate of trypsin that becomes fluorescent after cleavage by the protease.
    BZiPAR
  • HY-135367
    pyCTZ 2125486-34-0
    pyCTZ (Pyridyl CTZ), a pyridyl Coelenterazine (CTZ) analog, and is an ATP-independent pyridyl substrate of LumiLuc luciferase. pyCTZ generates strong blue bioluminescence in the presence of luciferases. pyCTZ can be used for aequorin-based calcium sensing.
    pyCTZ
  • HY-137834A
    Gly-Pro-AMC 67341-40-6
    Gly-Pro-AMC is a biological active peptide. (This is a fluorescent dipeptidylaminopeptidase IV substrate, Abs/Em=353/442 nm.)
    Gly-Pro-AMC
  • HY-D1507
    1-[3-(Succinimidyloxycarbonyl)benzyl]-4-[2-(3,4-dihydro-2H-1-benzopyran-6-yl)-5-oxazolyl]pyridinium bromide 155863-03-9
    1-[3-(Succinimidyloxycarbonyl)benzyl]-4-[2-(3,4-dihydro-2H-1-benzopyran-6-yl)-5-oxazolyl]pyridinium bromide is a fluorescence dye.
    1-[3-(Succinimidyloxycarbonyl)benzyl]-4-[2-(3,4-dihydro-2H-1-benzopyran-6-yl)-5-oxazolyl]pyridinium bromide
  • HY-D1521
    N-(NBD-Aminolauroyl)safingol 474943-07-2
    N-(NBD-Aminolauroyl)safingol is a fluorescent group.
    N-(NBD-Aminolauroyl)safingol
  • HY-D1524A
    N-(Aminoethyl)-8-naphthylamine-1-sulfonic acid sodium 185503-88-2
    N-(Aminoethyl)-8-naphthylamine-1-sulfonic acid sodium (1,8-EDNAS sodium) is a multifunctional dye. Dyes are important tools in biological experiments. They can help researchers observe and analyze cell structures, track biomolecules, evaluate cell functions, distinguish cell types, detect biomolecules, study tissue pathology and monitor microorganisms. Their applications range from basic scientific research to clinical A wide range of diagnostics. Dyes are also widely used in traditional fields such as textile dyeing, as well as in emerging fields such as functional textile processing, food pigments and dye-sensitized solar cells.
    N-(Aminoethyl)-8-naphthylamine-1-sulfonic acid sodium