Soluble in methanol (10 mg/mL), ethanol (10 mg/mL), and water (slightly soluble). Avoid DMSO as product is unstable in this solvent
Coelenterazine-h (also known as 2-(4-Dehydroxy) coelenterazine) is a specific and highly-sensitive intracellular luminophore that emits blue light when bound to calcium ions. Coelenterazine-h acts as a substrate for luciferases and can be used as a constituent of photoproteins. Approximately 20x greater luminescence than the native form.
• Gene reporter assays
• Live cell assays
• Biochemical assays
• Cell viability fluorescent probe
• Useful for measuring small changes in superoxide and calcium concentrations in cells transfected with apoaequorin cDNA
• Emission Maximum: 466 nm
• Relative Luminescence Capacity: 0.82
• Relative Intensity: 10
• Half-Rise Times: 0.4-0.8
Research or further manufacturing use only, not for food or drug use.