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New Vitality hrGFP expression vectors for monitoring gene expression and localizing proteins in vivo

New Mammalian Expression Vectors Employ Stable, High-Level Fluorescence Humanized Renilla GFP Reporter

Brenda Rogers Keith Chen Katherine Felts

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Stratagene has added new vectors to the Vitality hrGFP mammalian expression vector product line Y. The new Vitality phrGFP-C and phrGFP-N1 protein fusion vectors, like the original Vitality pIRES-hrGFP-1a and pIRES-hrGFP-2a bicistronic expression vectors , are used for monitoring gene expression and protein localization. The Vitality vectors encode the humanized Renilla reniformis green fluorescent protein (hrGFP), a reporter protein known for its low cellular toxicity. Expression studies with the hrGFP reporter maintain a healthy cell population and ensure that results are biologically valid. Related products include the Vitality pFB-hrGFP retroviral vector and transduction-ready retroviral supernatants, useful controls for retroviral gene expression systems, and a variety of subcellular localization vectors. With this array of hrGFP-based products, expression of your gene of interest can be optimized for your specific applications. Here, we confirm the utility and versatility of Vitality vectors, illustrated in a variety of expression studies.

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