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RediJect D-Luciferin Bioluminescent Substrate

RediJect D-Luciferin (K+ salt) is a bioluminescent in vivo substrate in a ready-to-use pre-formulated injectable format developed by the in vivo imaging leaders to fit your laboratory workflow.

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With PerkinElmer’s Rediject D-Luciferin you can ensure a reproducible result by minimizing variability in formulation, minimizing freeze/thaw and controlling batch to batch variation. With over 1,000 publications and millions of mice imaged, PerkinElmer has formulated its substrates to fit common workflow patterns and optimize results. You are free to concentrate on animal handling and biology.

  • Pre-formulated, batch controlled D-Luciferin for in vivo use
  • Save substantial time and effort by minimizing pre-imaging preparation steps
  • Dispensed to image 5 animals per vial* (10 vials/kit)
  • In vivo imaging quality, validated on IVIS imaging systems

For laboratory use only. This product is intended for animal research only and not for use in humans.

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Luciferase Classification Firefly
Quantity in a Package Amount 1.0 Units
Shipping Condition Dry Ice
Unit Size 10 vials
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