pCDF1-MCS2-EF1α-Puro Cloning and Expression Lentivector Vector

A basic FIV lentivector with a CMV promoter upstream of an MCS—SBI’s MCS2—and puromycin resistance for selection of transductants.

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pCDF1-MCS2-EF1α-Puro cDNA Cloning and Expression Lentivector

10 µg
CD110B-1
$ 525
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Overview

Get robust, stable expression of your gene-of-interest in dividing and quiescent cells

Well-regarded in the industry for high, reliable gene expression, SBI’s lentiviral vectors come in a variety of formats that support a wide range of applications. The pCDF1-MCS2-EF1α-Puro Cloning and Expression Lentivector is a great FIV-based lentivector with SBI’s MCS2 and a puromycin resistance marker.

pCDF1-MCS2-EF1α-Puro Cloning and Expression Lentivector
Offering excellent FIV-based lentivector options, SBI’s family of pCDF Cloning and Expression Lentivectors are the right choice for many gene expression projects. Each vector includes a CMV promoter upstream of an MCS for strong expression of your gene-of-interest in commonly used cell lines such as HeLa, HEK293, and HT1080, and the indicated marker:
• pCDF1-MCS1 (Cat.# CD100A-1)—marker-free
• pCDF1-MCS2-EF1α-Puro (Cat.# CD110B-1)—puromycin resistance marker driven by the strong EF1α promoter facilitates selection of transductants
• pCDF1-MCS2-EF1α-copGFP (Cat.# CD111B-1)—the copGFP reporter driven by the strong EF1α promoter enables live cell imaging of transductants


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