pSELECT Lucia-Tag is a family of expression plasmids designed to generate tagged proteins in mammalian cells with the Lucia luciferase in order to detect and quantify the tagged protein of interest by bioluminescence assay.

Lucia is a secreted luciferase with strong bioluminescent activity.The luciferase activity of Lucia luciferase can be detected and quantified directly in the culture medium of transfected cells using InvivoGen's QUANTI-Luc™ detection reagent.

pSELECT Lucia-Tag plasmids are available with Blasticidin or Zeocin™ resistance gene for selection.


N-terminal tag: the tag encompasses the Start Codon and is followed by a multiple cloning site (MCS)

Lucia luciferase-Tag: Detection and quantification of the tagged protein by bioluminescence assay

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- 20 µg of lyophilized DNA
- 4 pouches of E. coli Fast-Media® containing the appropriate selective antibiotic (2 TB and 2 Agar)

Product is shipped at room temperature and should be stored at -20°C.
Plasmid is stable up to one year when properly stored.


pSELECT-Tag backbone



Description N-Tag - Blasticidin selection
Cat. Codepsetb-nlucia
Unit Size20 µg
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Description N-Tag - Zeocin selection
Cat. Codepsetz-nlucia
Unit Size20 µg
Price For price or distributor address,
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