Vectors for Orangutan ERVH48-1

Gene Information

  • Offical Gene Symbol ERVH48-1
  • Species Orangutan (Pongo abelii)
  • Offical Full Name -
  • Other Aliases -
  • Other Desigations suppressyn
  • NCBI Gene ID 100938401
  • Summary
    Many different endogenous retrovirus families are expressed in normal placental tissue at high levels, suggesting that endogenous retroviruses are functionally important in reproduction. This gene is part of an endogenous retrovirus provirus that has placenta specific expression. The protein encoded has the characteristics of a retroviral envelope protein but is truncated and lacks the transmembrane domain. The protein inhibits cell fusion by competing with syncytin-1 for binding to a cell receptor. [provided by RefSeq, May 2015]
  • NCBI

Pre-Made Vectors for ERVH48-1 (These vectors are available immediately)

Gene Expression Vectors
These pre-made vectors are constructed with VectorBuilder’s standard backbones containing a ubiquitous promoter driving the ORF of your gene. A marker (e.g. EGFP) is placed in the vector where appropriate.
shRNA Knockdown Vectors
These pre-made vectors are constructed with VectorBuilder’s standard backbones containing a U6 promoter driving an shRNA targeting your gene of interest. A marker (e.g. EGFP) is placed in the vector where appropriate.
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