A streptavidin-luciferase fusion protein: comparisons and applications.

@article{Karp1999ASF,
  title={A streptavidin-luciferase fusion protein: comparisons and applications.},
  author={Matti Karp and Christian Oker-Blom},
  journal={Biomolecular engineering},
  year={1999},
  volume={16 1-4},
  pages={101-4}
}
Luciferases are unique enzymes in being capable of emitting visible light as one of the end-products of their catalysis. Both procaryotic and eucaryotic organisms exist that emit light, and the luciferases from these organisms differ considerably in size as well as chemistry of catalysis. Two main, i.e. most studied groups, are the bacterial luciferases of e.g. Vibrio fisheri, Vibrio harveyi, and Photorhabdus luminescens, responding to FMNH2, long-chain aldehyde and molecular oxygen and the… CONTINUE READING

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