pGreenFire1-CMV Positive Control Lentivector

Run your pGreenFire projects with confidence with the addition of this positive control that drives copGFP and luciferase with the strong CMV promoter

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pGreenFire1-CMV Plasmid (pTRH1 CMV dscGFP T2A Fluc, positive control)

10 µg
TR011PA-1
$ 526

pGreenFire1-CMV Virus (pTRH1 CMV dscGFP T2A Fluc)

>2 x 10^6 IFUs
TR011VA-1
$ 660
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Overview

Supporting your studies with ready-to-go controls

No need to make a positive control for your pGreenFire projects—SBI’s already built one for you. With the pGreenFire1-CMV Positive Control Lentivector, the GreenFire cassette is driven by the CMV promoter for strong expression in common cell lines such as HeLa, HEK293, and HT1080. dscGFP (destabilized copGFP with a 2-hour half-life) and luciferase co-expression is mediated by a T2A element.

pGreenFire1-CMV Positive Control Lentivector

The pGreenFire1-CMV Positive Control is available as both lentivector and pre-packaged virus.

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