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pRPL28exon1-(Nhe/Mfe) SpHIS…

Depositor: Nicholas Ingolia

Purpose: Vector for expressing RPL28 with mutagenized exon2

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pAAV-CAG-Flex-mRuby2-GSG-P2…

Depositor: Tobias Bonhoeffer

Purpose: Ready-to-use AAV1 particles produced from pAAV-CAG-Flex-mRuby2-GSG-P2A-GCaMP6f-WPRE-pA (#68719). CAG-driven, Cre-dependent GCaMP6f calcium sensor with bicistronic mRuby2. These AAV preparations are suitable purity for injection into animals.

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