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Additional resources for Bioluminescence: Fundamentals and Applications in Biotechnology - Volume 2
In an ATP reagent containing luciferase and D-luciferin and a low ATP concentration (\10-6 mol/L), the light emission is stable if luciferase consumes only negligible amounts of ATP per time unit. If, on the other hand, the luciferase activity is high, ATP will be depleted; consequently, the intensity of the emitted light will go down. In fact, the peak light emission obtained directly after adding the ATP and the decay rate of the light are both proportional to the luciferase level in the reaction mixture, as shown in Fig.
We must be careful, however, to be proportionate and to avoid stifling innovation . Containment must match the risks. Field trials of bioluminescent trees for lighting may show no danger of growth in the wild, negating the need for auxotrophy, although we might recommend male sterility. Careful case-by-case, evidence-based risk assessments are vital to safely pursuing a bioluminescent future. 8 Improving and Altering Luminescence Synthetic biology draws much inspiration from engineering; optimization is one such concept.
Secondly, light emission can be measured in different types of vessels, such as cuvettes, microplates, Petri dishes, on surfaces, and even in living animals or plants. Thirdly, ATP is the energy currency in all living cells being acted upon by hundreds of enzymes. Throughout evolution, cells have adapted the Km values of most of their enzymes to be able to regulate the enzyme activities. Consequently, the intracellular ATP concentration is similar in most living cells. The amount of ATP per cell is therefore mainly determined by the intracellular volume; a normal bacterial cell contains 1–2 attomoles ATP, whereas the larger mammalian cells typically contains 10,000–100,000 attomoles.