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.
What does SeV stand for?
SeV stands for Sendai Virus
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- South Eastern University of Sri Lanka
- Seminario Evangelico Unido de Telogia (Spanish: United Evangelical Theological Seminary)
- State Employer Unemployment Insurance Account Identification Number (Minnesota)
- Subjective Expected Utility Theory
- Sioux Empire United Way (Sioux Falls, SD)
- Standard Error of Unit Weight
- Sagawa Express Vietnam
- Schienenersatzverkehr (German: Rail-Substitution-Traffic; by Bus During Engineering Works)
- Schweizerischen Elektrotechnischen Vereins (Switzerland)
- Secteur d'Etude des Variétés (French: Sector Study of Varieties)
- Service des Espaces Verts (French: Parks Department; various locations)
- Smallest Extreme Value
- Sociedad Española de Vexilología (Spanish: Society of Vexillology)
- Société d'Equipement Vosgienne (French: Vosges Equipment Company)
- Société des Entrepôts Vevey SA (French: Vevey Warehouse Corporation SA; Switzerland)
- Société des Etudes Voltairiennes (French: Voltaire Studies Society)
- Soil Expectation Value (forestry)
- Solar Electric Vehicle
- Space Enterprise Vision (US Air Force)
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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.
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.