VSV-eGFP [Vesicular Stomatitis Virus (VSV)]
Glycoprotein (G) is an important component of VSV anterograde synapse. When G (VSV-ΔG) is removed, it will lose the ability to cross synapses, but it can still express foreign genes in high abundance. Therefore, VSV-ΔG can be used to quickly obtain a complete image of neuron projection distribution, and can also be used for anterograde single synapse tracking.
Creative Biolabs has established a recombinant VSV platform based on our experienced employees and advanced molecular biology technology, and can provide VSV services to promote VSV-based neuron tracking research.
●Multi-synaptic tracking from the periphery to the center of the brain or from lower to higher brain regions.
●Track the neural network in the disease or injury model.
● Changes in neural networks during neural development.
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