Vectors for hOSKM

Gene Information

  • Gene Name hOSKM
  • Type ORF
  • Subtype Pluripotency gene
  • Description A combination of four reprogramming factor genes (human Oct4, Sox2, Klf4 and c‐Myc) linked by three 2A “self-cleaving” peptides. Involved in reprogramming, or generation of induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells. Their expression commonly increases in metastatic cancers.
  • Application Notes Required for the maintenance of stem cell properties. It can prevents ES cell differentiation and maintains ES cell self-renewal and pluripotency. Can be used to reprogram both embryonic and adult somatic cells.
  • References Stem Cells Int. 2016:9451492 (2016); Stem Cells Int. 2019: 1393791 (2019)
  • View ORF sequence of this gene »

Popular Vector Designs for hOSKM(These vectors can be made very quickly)

Gene Expression Vectors
These designs are created 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.
Vector Description Vector Type Marker Price
hOSKM expression regular plasmid vector Mammalian Gene Expression Vector   Guide  From $159
hOSKM expression lentivirus vector Mammalian Gene Expression Lentiviral Vector   Guide  From $159
hOSKM expression adenovirus vector Mammalian Gene Expression Adenoviral Vector   Guide  From $159
hOSKM expression AAV vector Mammalian Gene Expression AAV Vector   Guide  From $159
hOSKM expression PiggyBac vector Mammalian Gene Expression PiggyBac Vector   Guide  From $159

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