Lentiviral Packaging System

Pantropic Lentiviral Packaging System
  • Significantly reduced homology compared to other 3rd generation expression systems for added safety
  • Vectors provided individually to allow optimization of vector ratio
  • Contains three packaging plasmids (Rev, gag-pol, and VSVG) for use with your own third generation lentiviral transfer vector


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ViraSafe™ Lentivirus Packaging System, Pantropic
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Our ViraSafe™ Lentiviral Packaging Systems contain three packaging plasmids for co-transfection with your own third generation lentiviral expression construct. If you need an expression vector as well as the packaging plasmids, consider our ViraSafe™ Lentiviral Expression Complete Systems.

The Pantropic Packaging System assembles VSVG-pseudotyped lentiviruses which can easily infect virtually any cells regardless of their species of origin.

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