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Convenient Doxycycline-inducible cDNA expression with no clonal selection required.
How does it work?
Fusion of a bacterial tet-repressor protein with the VP16 activating domain creates a transactivator that binds--in a tetracycline-dependent manner--the tet-responsive element (TRE) derived from bacterial promoters.
Available as an all-in-one or two-vector system with optional fluorescent sensor to enable real-time monitoring of induction and repression.
Simplify your inducible expression experiments today.
Product flyer: InDOXible Tet-Activated Lentiviral cDNA Expression system