Gene transfer vector

Obaid Khan oykhan at genetics.ku.edu.pk
Fri Nov 9 04:41:03 EST 2001


You can use an adenoviral vector as it infects non-dividing cells like
cardiac myocytes. There are a few commercially avaialble.
You can get more information on
http://www.microbix.cm
and
http://www.qbiogene.com


Obaid Khan


----- Original Message -----
From: <Jvanhu at aol.com>
Newsgroups: bionet.virology
To: <bionet-virology at net.bio.net>
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2001 2:34 PM
Subject: Gene transfer vector


> We are seeking a commercially available viral gene-transfer system that
can
> transduce adult cardiac tissue and that has an easily removable promoter
(or
> that is promoterless).  It would be used to test deletion constructs of a
> eukaryotic promter in adult rat cardiac tissue.  Any information on such a
> system would be greatly appreciated.
>
> ---





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