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Near-Infrared Emission-Luciferin Analogue

Source: Wako Laboratory Chemicals

aka lumine Well-suited to imaging of thick tissue

Aka Lumine is a luciferin analog has the luminescence peak at 670 ~ 680 nm.

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Aka Lumine is a luciferin analog has the luminescence peak at 670 ~ 680 nm. The peak range is in the near-infrared (NIR) window (also known as optical window). Since the adsorption of hemoglobin and water is small in the optical window, Aka Lumine is well suited to in vivo imaging.

- C16H18N2O2S = 302.39
- Luminescence Wavelength: 670 ~ 680 nm
- Well-suited to imaging of thick tissue
- Preparation: Dissolve to DMSO (16 mg/mL) to prepare the stock solution.   After reconstitution, use it as soon as possible.
 

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