Work / Illustration / Components for Bioluminescent Reaction
Bioluminescence refers to the emission of light by a living organism. Popular examples of bioluminescence include fireflies, jellyfish, and certain bacteria. This image depicts some of the essential molecules necessary for achieving the dazzling phenomenon.
David G. Perryman, President and CEO, Zirus, Inc.
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