A1BGAS 3'UTR Lenti-reporter-Luc Virus
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Designed for Research Use Only. Manufactured in Canada.
Lenti kit or vector with CMV or EF promotors for producing Lentivirus (lenti-, Latin for "slow") or lentiviral particles in 293t cells. Lentiviruses are characterized by a long incubation period and often Puro selected. Lentiviruses can deliver a significant amount of viral RNA into the DNA of the host cell and have the unique ability among retroviruses of being able to infect non-dividing cells. They are one of the most efficient methods of a gene delivery vector. The are packaged in HEK 293T cells to get the highest possible lentiviral titers of 108 IFU/ml. The Luc reporter is the expression of the firefly luciferase gene. Puro stands for puromicin selection.
1. Gene info
Long gene name
A1BG antisense RNA 1
Synonyms gene name
- non-protein coding RNA 181
- A1BG antisense RNA (non-protein coding)
- A1BG antisense RNA 1 (non-protein coding)
Entrez gene record