Lentiviral infection optimization
(by SBrown from ccia.unsw.edu.au)
Mon Aug 30 15:08:25 EST 2010
I have been trying to kd a gene in nalm6 suspension cells. My lentivirus had been well validated in 293s showing good efficiency and corresponding mRNA and protein levels
I seem to have become stuck with the nalm6 infections, basically I plate 7M 293ft cells then the next morning I take the media and replace is with 2% FCS works better than standard stock.
I let the media collect for 24 hrs at which point I spin each tube >13k g for 15 min then filter the supernatent after adding polybrene to give a final 8ug/ml.
So far I have managed kd in the nalms by 50%, following 24hr exposure of the lenti virus and confirmed flow.
My problem is I have flow data telling me the population is 95.% Gfp positive however it doesn't correlate with real time of wb analysis, I'm at a loss, how can gfp get actively transcribed yet the kd level is low.
Does anyone out there have an explanation for this? I would also appreciate any advice.
Lastly I have been cloning with the use of invitrogens virapower packing mix.
Thanks for you're time guys and i look forward to any insight or suggestion
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