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viral-service-icon-v3.png Viral Service: Control AAV


Browse our control AAV that express fluorescent proteins under general promoters. These AAV can be used to compare the activity of different serotypes.

Promoter

Fluorophore/Tag

Activity

ID Name Promoter Fluorophore Activity Serotype PI
Non-cre dependent (constitutive) expression
37825 AAV-CAG-GFP CAG GFP Constitutive 5, rg* Boyden
50465 pAAV-hSyn-EGFP hSyn EGFP Constitutive 2, 5, 8, rg* Roth
50469 pAAV-CaMKIIa-EGFP CaMKIIa EGFP Constitutive 5, 8 Roth
59462 pAAV-CAG-tdTomato CAG tdTomato Constitutive 5, rg* Boyden
Cre-dependent expression
28306 pAAV-FLEX-tdTomato CAG tdTomato Cre dependent rg* Boyden
37120 pAAV-Ef1a-DO_DIO-TdTomato_EGFP-WPRE-pA EF1a tdTomato or EGFP Cre dependent rg* Sabatini
50457 pAAV-hSyn-DIO-EGFP hSyn EGFP Cre dependent rg* Roth
50459 pAAV-hSyn-DIO-mCherry hSyn mCherry Cre dependent 2, 5, 8 Roth
50462 pAAV-EF1a-DIO-mCherry EF1a mCherry Cre dependent 5 Roth
27056 pAAV-Ef1a-DIO EYFP EF1a EYFP Cre dependent 2, 5 Deisseroth
Cre and Flp-dependent expression
55650 pAAV-hSyn Con/Fon EYFP hSyn EYFP Cre and Flp dependent 8 Deisseroth

Currently, no available plasmids.

Browse all Control AAV


*AAVrg = retrograde serotype, produced with the AAV retro helper plasmid from the Karpova and Schaffer labs. See the Retrograde AAV Inventory Page.

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