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D-luciferin is a common substrate for Luciferase and is widely used throughout biotechnology, especially in vivo imaging technology. The mechanism of action is that luciferin (the substrate) is oxidized to emit light in response to ATP and luciferase (see figure below). It's produced when there's too much luciferin The light quantum number was positively correlated with the concentration of luciferase. Plasmids carrying luciferase encoding gene (Luc) were transfected into cells and introduced into study animals such as rats and mice In vivo, fluorescein is then injected and changes in light intensity are detected using bioluminescence imaging (BLI) to monitor disease progression or drug efficacy in real time and so on. ATP's influence on the reaction system can also be used to indicate energy or vital signs according to changes in bioluminescence intensity.
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