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Other methods of delivering reprogramming genes into cells use non-integrating agents of induction, such as the deleted persistent variant of the Sendai virus (SeVdp), viral-free non-integration approaches, proteins, mRNA and miRNA.
The vaccine candidate is based on AmVac's innovative Sendai virus vector platform and developed for the prevention of respiratory infections, which are induced by RSV (respiratory syncytial virus).
In a study to investigate how transplanted islet cells can differentiate and mature into insulin-producing pancreatic cells, the team found that using a specific set of transcription factors (proteins that bind to specific DNA sequences) could be transduced into mouse pancreatic stem cells (mPSCs) using Sendai virus (SeV), a mouse influenza virus, as a carrier, or vector.
Ibaraki, Japan) has patented a recombinant Sendai virus vector for introducing exogenous genes to airway epithelia and a method for introducing exogenous genes using the vector.
Specifically, using DNAVEC's proprietary Sendai virus vector, they plan to develop a gene vaccine that can selectively induce the production of anti-beta amyloid antibodies.
The vaccine consists of Sendai virus (SeV), a mouse virus that is similar enough to hPIV-1 to act as a vaccine, but different enough to have never been associated with a human disease, according to Karen Slobod, M.
Randomly selected animals were tested serologically upon arrival and monitored throughout the study to ensure that rats were free of Sendai virus, murine pneumonia virus, a variety of other rodent viruses, as well as Mycoplasma sp.
Made from a virus that avidly fuses to vertebrate cells, the gold-filled Sendai virus envelopes attached to neural cells that were later transplanted into rats.