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APOL3 Lentiviral Vector (Human) (CMV) (pLenti-GIII-CMV-GFP-2A-Puro)

Apol3 lentiviral vector (human) (cmv) (plenti-giii-cmv-gfp-2a-puro) Catalog: LV078189 | Size: 1.0 µg DNA | Price: €720.42 Supplier: ABM lentivectors ASK
DNA lentivector for transduction information: Lentiveral packaging plasmid DNA for non-viral plasmid transfection and direct use in plasmid expression. This DNA can alos be used for packaging into Lentiviral particles for high efficiency transduction and stably integrated expressions. GENTAUR suggests to use our ABM packaging mix LV003 of second generation virusses or the LV053, our 3rd Generation Packaging mixture. pLenti lentiviral plasmids DNAs are stored in 10milliMolar Tris/HCI with 1mM EDTA at a pH of 8 at -25 C. Vectors with selection markers like kanamycin, puromycin or cumate are available. Lentiviral technical files: <a href="https://www.abmgood.com/UbC-Lentivirus-System.html" target="_blank" title="https://www.abmgood.com/UbC-Lentivirus-System.html"><i class="fa fa-external-link" aria-hidden="true"></i></a> Lentivirus references: <a href="http://compbio.dfci.harvard.edu/compbio/research/labprotocols/contentBlocks/0/contentBlock_files/file15/Lentivirus_Production_and_Transfection_Protocol.pdf" target="_blank" title="http://compbio.dfci.harvard.edu/compbio/research/labprotocols/contentBlocks/0/contentBlock_files/file15/Lentivirus_Production_and_Transfection_Protocol.pdf"><i class="fa fa-external-link" aria-hidden="true"></i></a>

APOL3 gene: apolipoprotein L3

APOLIII, CG121, CG12_1, apoL-III

Summary

This gene is a member of the apolipoprotein L gene family, and it is present in a cluster with other family members on chromosome 22. The encoded protein is found in the cytoplasm, where it may affect the movement of lipids, including cholesterol, and/or allow the binding of lipids to organelles. In addition, expression of this gene is up-regulated by tumor necrosis factor-alpha in endothelial cells lining the normal and atherosclerotic iliac artery and aorta. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcript variants. [provided by RefSeq, Mar 2015]

Organism: human (Homo sapiens)