Retroviral gene transduction

A retrovirus vector is an infectious virus used to introduce a nonviral gene into mitotic cells in vivo or in vitro.  Transduction does not require physical contact between the cell donating the DNA and the cell receiving the DNA and it is DNase resistant. Transduction is a common tool used by molecular biologists to stably introduce a foreign gene into a host cell's genome.

  • Retrovirus Transduction System
  • Retroviral-Mediated Gene Transduction
  • Retroviral Transduction of T-cell Receptors
  • Nucleic Acid Delivery
  • Retroviral transfection
  • Retroviral Gene Transfer Techniques
  • Retrovirus Gene Therapy
  • Retrovirus vs Adenovirus Gene Therapy
  • Retrotransposons
  • Retrovirus Genome & Proteome
  • Retroviral Vectors
  • Retrovirus Integration into Host Genome
  • Retroviral Genome Replication
  • Retrovirus Genome Organization
  • Retrovirus Genome gag pol env

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