Polyethylene glycol-mediated infection of non-permissive mammalian cells with semliki forest virus: application to signal transduction studies.


Semliki Forest Virus (SFV) vectors allow the subcloning of a gene of interest directly in the expression vector, thus avoiding the need to select and purify viral recombinants, making this viral expression system attractive over many others for mammalian protein expression. We now describe a novel and generally applicable method for infection of non… (More)


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