Bright-Glo Luciferase Assay System from Promega

Bright-Glo Luciferase Assay System from Promega


High-throughput quantitation of firefly (Photinus pyralis) luciferase expression in mammalian cells requires highly sensitive reagents that can adapt to continuous-process robotic systems. Bright-Glo Luciferase Assay System is designed specifically to meet the needs of continuous-process systems by providing robust, homogeneous assay chemistry that achieves high assay sensitivity and approximately 30-minute signal half-life without prior sample processing. These attributes also benefit scientists who are using fewer samples but still require high sensitivity and ease of use.


  • Detailed Specifications
  • ItemBright-Glo Luciferase Assay System
  • CompanyPromega
  • Price Supplier PageView Company Product Page
  • Catalog NumberE2610
  • Quantity10 ml
  • MethodLuciferase
  • ReactivityMammalian
  • Sample TypeMammalian cells
  • SensitivityUp to tenfold more light intensity than other homogeneous luciferase assay reagents results in increased sensitivity.
  • Detection TargetLuciferase
  • SpeciesMammalian


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