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hRad51(F86E)–Cas9(D10A)

Depositor: David Liu

Purpose: Expresses the Rad51(F86E)–Cas9(D10A) fusion construct in mammalian cells under CMV promoter

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pAAV-hSyn-GRAB_DA1h (AAV9)

Depositor: Yulong Li

Purpose: Ready-to-use AAV9 particles produced from pAAV-hSyn-GRAB_DA1h (#113050). Synapsin-driven expression of GRAB-DA1h dopamine sensor in neurons. These AAV preparations are suitable purity for injection into animals.

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