Luciferin

Luciferin is a common bioluminescent reporter used for in vitro imaging, often used to indicate the presence of energy, functioning as a life-death stain. It is also commonly used for in vitro research, including luciferase and ATP assays, gene reporter assays, high throughput sequencing and various contamination assays. Luciferin is available in many different forms, but the most popular is D-Luciferin Potassium salt. Regis crystallizes its D-Luciferin dissolved in aqueous solution, and then crystallizes it a second time to achieve a more reliable, fast-dissolving reaction within 1-5 minutes for faster experimental results.