Nanoluciferase/tdTomato Dual-Reporter HEK293 Cell Line
NanoLuc luciferase is a small (19 kDa), highly stable, ATP independent, bioluminescent protein. Compared to firefly luciferase, it is an extremely robust and ultra high sensitivity screening system. It has been widely used as convenient and powerful reporting tools in numerous biomedical researches, such as, cell tagging, protein-protein interaction assays, real-time monitoring and high-throughput drug screening. Nanoluciferase/tdTomato dual-reporter HEK293 (HEK293-NanoLuc-RFP) cell line is derived from HEK293 cells by transduction of ALSTEM’s pLenti-CAG-Nanoluciferase-PGK-tdTomator-T2A-PURO Lentiviral Reporter (cat# LV311L) lentivirus, which contains Firefly Nanoluciferase encoding gene driven by CAG promoter, followed by tdTomato and puromycin resistance gene by PGK promoter. This cell line stably expresses Nanoluciferase at high level. It also expresses a red fluorescent protein (tdTomato) and is resistant to puromycin. This cell line will be a very useful cell line for non-invasive visualization in both in vitro and in vivo experiments.
Cell Line: HEK293
Reporters: NanoLuc, RFP
Selection Marker: Puromycin
Cell Type: Single Clone
|Product Name||Nanoluciferase/tdTomato Dual-Reporter HEK293 Cell Line|
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|Storage and Stability||
Store in vapor phase of liquid nitrogen immediately upon receipt. This product is stable for 6 months when stored as directed.
Each vial contains about 1 x 106 cells with >95% viability before freezing. Each lot of cells is tested for Nanoluciferase activity, growth and viability following recovery from cryopreservation, and free of mycoplasma and competent lentivirus as well.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.