Bioluminescence imaging (BLI) is a technology that uses light emitted by enzyme-catalyzed reactions to report activity at the molecular level. Bioluminescent reporters require a small chemical substrate for non-invasive imaging in cell biology and small animal studies. BLI does not require incident light like fluorescence or phosphorescence, avoiding phototoxicity.
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