TITLE

Coelenterazine-v ligated to Ca-triggered coelenterazine-binding protein is a stable and efficient substrate of the red-shifted mutant of Renilla muelleri luciferase

AUTHOR(S)
Stepanyuk, Galina A.; Unch, James; Malikova, Natalia P.; Markova, Svetlana V.; Lee, John; Vysotski, Eugene S.
PUB. DATE
October 2010
SOURCE
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Oct2010, Vol. 398 Issue 4, p1809
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
It has been shown that the coelenterazine analog, coelenterazine-v, is an efficient substrate for a reaction catalyzed by Renilla luciferase. The resulting bioluminescence emission maximum is shifted to a longer wavelength up to 40 nm, which allows the use of some 'yellow' Renilla luciferase mutants for in vivo imaging. However, the utility of coelenterazine-v in small-animal imaging has been hampered by its instability in solution and in biological tissues. To overcome this drawback, we ligated coelenterazine-v to Ca-triggered coelenterazine-binding protein from Renilla muelleri, which apparently functions in the organism for stabilizing and protecting coelenterazine from oxidation. The coelenterazine-v bound within coelenterazine-binding protein has revealed a greater long-term stability at both 4 and 37 °C. In addition, the coelenterazine-binding protein ligated by coelenterazine-v yields twice the total light over free coelenterazine-v as a substrate for the red-shifted R. muelleri luciferase. These findings suggest the possibility for effective application of coelenterazine-v in various in vitro assays.
ACCESSION #
53840424

 

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