NR2E3, a photoreceptor-specific orphan nuclear receptor, is believed to play a pivotal role in the differentiation of photoreceptors. Mutations in NR2E3 result in syndromes characterized by excess blue cones and loss
of rods: enhanced S-cone syndrome (ESCS). This lentivirus expresses human NR2E3 under the control of the Tet promoter.
||Inducible tet-on NR2E3
||1 x 108 CFU/ml
||Vector includes both 5’ and 3’ lentiviral LTR and all necessary elements for effective transduction; woodchuck hepatitis virus posttranscriptional regulatory element (WPRE)
|Promoter for Target Gene:
|Target Gene / Reporter(s):
||Store at -80°C