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In order to discover the intracellular location of luciferase in dinoflagellates, sections from a number of species were treated with a polyclonal anti-luciferase and the bound antibody was visualized at the electron-microscope level by indirect immunogold labelling. In two species of Pyrocystis and in Noctiluca, as in Gonyaulax, antibody became bound to dense vesicles, which correspond in size and position to light-emitting bodies detected in previous work. These vesicles resemble microsomes,pmid:3667713 fatcat:rbouzh7gizfazjo26w36s3clfy