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CleanCap® FLuc mRNA - (L-7602)

CleanCap®Firefly Luciferase mRNA
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Product SKU Unit Size Price Qty
L-7602-100 100 µg
L-7602-1000 1 mg
L-7602-5 5 x 1 mg



The FLuc mRNA will express a luciferase protein, originally isolated from the firefly, Photinus pyralis. FLuc is commonly used in mammalian cell culture to measure both gene expression and cell viability. It emits bioluminescence in the presence of the substrate, luciferin.

This mRNA is capped using CleanCap, TriLink's proprietary co-transciptional capping method, which results in the naturally occuring Cap 1 structure with high capping efficiency. It is polyadenylated and optimized for mammalian systems. It mimics a fully processed mature mRNA.

Product details
Catalog No L-7602
Purity Passes Agarose Gel Mobility
Length 1929 nucleotides
Base Composition Unmodified bases
Concentration 1.0 mg/mL
Buffer 1 mM Sodium Citrate pH 6.4
Conversion Factor 40 µg/OD260
Recommended Storage At or below -40°C
Application Reporter Genes
Other Name(s) CleanCap®Firefly Luciferase mRNA
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L-7602 Safety Data Sheet

L-7602 Product Insert

CleanCap FLuc ORF Sequence

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