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Selective protein expression within the CNS using hybrid lentivirus.

Gussing, Fredrik LU ; van Marion, Ingrid LU ; Ralets, Igor LU and Lundberg, Cecilia LU (2009) In Methods in Molecular Biology 515. p.215-226
Abstract
Lentiviral vectors offer many advantages within the central nervous system. They are capable of transfecting neurons and can be readily manipulated for selective expression. This chapter describes the production and use of lentiviruses to deliver GFP to the central nervous system.
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Methods in Molecular Biology
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215 - 226
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1940-6029
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10.1007/978-1-59745-559-6_14
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  title        = {Selective protein expression within the CNS using hybrid lentivirus.},
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  volume       = {515},
  year         = {2009},
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