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A red-shifted Renilla luciferase for transient reporter-gene expression

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This work was supported by the Stanford Medical Scientist Training Program (A.M.L.), US National Cancer Institute (NCI) CA114747 In Vivo Cellular and Molecular Imaging Center P50 (S.S.G.), NCI CA119367 Centers of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence U54 (S.S.G.), NCI R01 CA082214 (S.S.G.) and the NCI Small Animal Imaging Resource Program. The authors thank B. Rice and T. Troy of Caliper Life Sciences for help with spectral measurements and Z. Walls and J. Park for experimental assistance.

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