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An internal polyadenylation signal substantially increases expression levels of lentivirus-delivered transgenes but has the potential to reduce viral titer in a promoter-dependent manner (2008)
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Hager, S., Frame, F. M., Collins, A. T., Burns, J. E., & Maitland, N. J. (2008). An internal polyadenylation signal substantially increases expression levels of lentivirus-delivered transgenes but has the potential to reduce viral titer in a promoter-dependent manner. Human Gene Therapy, 19(8), 840-850. https://doi.org/10.1089/hum.2007.165

In lentiviral gene delivery systems, transgene expression cassettes are commonly cloned without a polyadenylation signal to prevent disruption of full-length lentiviral genomes on mRNA maturation in producer cells. The lack of the polyadenylation sig... Read More about An internal polyadenylation signal substantially increases expression levels of lentivirus-delivered transgenes but has the potential to reduce viral titer in a promoter-dependent manner.