Recombinant Lucia Luciferase Protein

A coelenterazine luciferase encoded by a synthetic gene

Recombinant Lucia Luciferase Protein is a positive control for luciferase reporter assays.

It can be used as an internal positive control and as a reference to produce accurate standard curves with QUANTI-Luc™, a coelenterazine-based luminescence assay reagent.

This monomeric protein is expressed in CHO cells. The mature protein has an approximate molecular weight of 24 kDa.

Catalog code change notification

August, 7th 2017
Recombinant Lucia Luciferase Protein is provided as a 10-µg unit size (previously sold as a 1-µg unit size). This product is now sold at a more competitive price. Please note the cat. code change from rec-lucia to rec-lucia-1.


Applications: Positive control for QUANTI-Luc™, a luciferase reporter assay reagent.
A dilution series of the recombinant Lucia luciferase protein can also be used to determine the linear range of the assay.

Formulation: 10% v/v FBS-containing DMEM culture medium

These products are covered by a Limited Use License (See Terms and Conditions).


• 10 μg lyophilized recombinant Lucia luciferase protein

Product is shipped at room temperature. Store at -20°C for 12 months.


Activity of recombinant Lucia luciferase protein

Activity of recombinant Lucia luciferase protein determined by measuring Relative Light Units (RLU) in a luminometer using QUANTI-Luc™.


Recombinant Lucia

Description Recombinant luciferase protein
Cat. Coderec-lucia-1
Unit Size10 µg
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