Virus production at UCSF

Definition
Material production of viral supernatants using vectors expressing a gene of interest. Virus is produced by transfecting cells and collecting supernatant and the supernatant is then used to directly infect cells for the purpose of studying the function of a particular gene or set of genes.
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Lentivirus production
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UCSF Viracore

Parnassus
Contact: Ryan Wagner 415-476-1114 viracore@ucsf.edu

  • Moloney Murine Leukemia Virus (MMLV) Production