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  • n. The vector of a lentivirus


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  • Rag2 -/- γc -/- mice after they had received the hIL-7 expressing lentivector led to their homeostatic proliferation and expansion to higher levels compared to control conditions.

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  • H, Rideout K, Cho T, Joo KI, et al. (2008) Engineered lentivector targeting of dendritic cells for in vivo immunization.

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  • Adult Rag2 -/- γc -/- mice were injected with two different doses of the hIL-7 lentivector or control luc vector and hIL-7 expression was assayed in the mouse serum two weeks later.

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  • Similar increases in T cell numbers were also observed in HIS mice that received the hIL-7 lentivector, and this correlated with higher expression of BCL2.

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  • We are looking for highly motivated individuals to support our molecular biology research efforts that include lentivector vaccine construction, production, and functional analysis in multiple immune-based assays, both in vitro and in vivo.

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  • Oberholzer J, Occhiodoro T, Morel P, Lou J, et al. (2000) Reversible immortalization of human primary cells by lentivector-mediated transfer of specific genes.

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  • Ralph GS, Storkebaum E, Walmsley LE, Mitrophanous KA, et al. (2004) VEGF delivery with retrogradely transported lentivector prolongs survival in a mouse ALS model.

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