Vectors For Stable Gene Expression


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DATE

2006-05-26T00:00

AUTHORS

COMER, ALLEN

ABSTRACT

The present invention relates to expression vectors capable of promoting transgene expression. The expression vectors include site specific recombination elements, insulator elements, and recombinase elements. In particular, the present invention provides methods for obtaining specific and stable integration of nucleic acids into eukaryotic cells through site specific recombination.

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