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- Regulates packaging in transcriptional level
- Works for both lenti-and retro-viral packaging
- Increases viral particle production up to 10-fold
- Achieve high titer at low cost
- Novel cocktail of small molecules
- Easy to use
ViralBoost Reagent (500X) is a novel cocktail of small molecules that is used for high titer virus production and is a powerful, broadly applicable reagent for effective virus packaging. It stably regulates the viral RNA packaging on the transcriptional level, which can greatly enhance production of either retro- or lenti-viral particles up to 10 fold. The easy-to-use protocol makes ViralBoost Reagent well-suited for various scales of virus packaging.
|Product Name||ViralBoost Reagent|
Room Temperature - 2 Day Shipping
|Storage and Stability||
Store at 4 °C. This product is stable for 12 months when stored as directed.
Each lot is functionally tested in transfection assays using 293T cells.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.
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