Luciferin Regenerating Enzyme (LRE)
(E. coli optimised)
LRE (Luciferin Regenerating Enzyme) is a protein found in the light producing lantern organs of fireflies. It catalyses the conversion of oxyluciferin back into luciferin upon the addition of D-cysteine, relieving inhibition of luciferase by oxyluciferin as well as fueling the luciferin pool of the cell.
The ability of a cell to express LRE will increase both the brightness and glowing time of luciferin-requiring luciferases.
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Sequence and Features
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