The PLGA particles gradually release luciferin
, which then enters the plant cells, where luciferase performs the chemical reaction that makes luciferin
This is in contrast to luciferin
, which has a longer half-life (Figure S3).
have tried to prepare nanostructures by caging luciferin
and to apply ultrasound to promote the release of caged luciferin
Given this efficient production of electronically singlet excited state products, relative nontoxicity of luciferin
compounds, and the relatively simple chemistry of these systems, among other beneficial characteristics (as sensitivity and sensibility), several chemi-/bioluminescent systems have gained numerous biomedical, pharmaceutical, and bioanalytical applications.
Fluorescent, protein-based sensors do not require the addition of an exogenous luciferin
substrate, and they offer ease of manipulation at the DNA level and subsequent ease of expression in cells and in vivo.
"It was established that the luciferin
precursor is also present in non-luminous forest fungi, and more importantly it is about 100 times more abundant than in the biomass of luminous species.
In the phase, the glowworms are initially distributed randomly in the given fitness function space so that they are well dispersed, which have equal quantity of luciferin
and sensor range.
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FFL(Firefly luciferase) catalyzes the oxidation of luciferin
in the presence of ATP, Mg2+ and molecular oxygen to produce light, oxyluciferin, CO2 and AMP .
2 Firefly luciferase requires addition of costly substrate luciferin
to monitor activity.
The brightness of depends on the luciferin
quantity, indicating more pigment means more light.
The majority of them photosynthesize, and like fireflies, they use a light-emitting molecule called luciferin
in conjunction with a catalyzing enzyme, luciferase, to produce cold light.