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Recombinant Lentiviral Vectors

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  1. Resource Description
    Recombinant Lentiviral vectors (rLV) constitute a powerful gene delivery system capable of reliably transducing both dividing and non-dividing cells. rLV integration into the host genome produces long-term, stable expression of a gene of interest of up to 9.5kb and can be pseudotyped with a wide variety of viral envelope glycoproteins to broaden desired tropism. The RVC produces 3rd generation Self-Inactivating (SIN) Lentiviral vectors minimizing the risk of replication-competent virus and offers both crude supernatant and highly purified vector concentrate for your specific research and pre-clinical requirements.
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    Research Viral Vector Core (CHOP)
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