EliteTrust Human Gene ORF Virus Particle Collection


Over millions of years of evolution, viruses have honed their ability to transfer genetic material to almost all organisms.  A range of safe and highly efficient viral vectors have been developed based on our deep understanding of how viruses naturally deliver their genes to different organisms.   These viral vectors have been used to deliver DNA into practically all types of human cells in vitro and in vivo, a testament to this remarkable natural process. 

Viral vectors are not only 
highly efficient but also versatile. They can transduce both transiently and stably dividing as well as non-dividing cells. Some of the viral vectors, for example, different serotypes of AAV,  can even transduce specific tissues and cells. In contrast, others, like lentivirus or retrovirus, can transduce almost all cells and tissues. Viral vectors are the most effective approach to delivering genes into specific cells and the most common choice in gene and cell therapy clinical trials. 

The application of virus delivery system is simple: Add the virus into cells in vitro and in vivo, the following events will happen automatically: The recombinant virus infects cells, and the target genes starts to express as early as two to four hours depending on promoters used in the vector, high percentage of positive cell pool are ready for you to explore the gene functions in the target cells in next step applications. That 
allows you to quickly and easily study the gene's function in the target cells in vitro, or  in vivoin unlimited approaches

It should be mentioned that high-quality virus preparation is crucial to successful gene delivery using viral vector system. Low-quality vectors are a dominant cause for failure in viral vector applications.  Unfortunately, viral vector preparation is a complex process, any sub-optimal performance at any step can lead to low-quality viral vectors. That includes but not limited to inefficient virus packaging, improper concentration, and purification. That is why Cellomics Technology, a pioneer in cell genetic engineering, is a significant partner of thousands of pharmaceutical and biotech companies using our quality-guaranteed virus vectors for their R&D, including Novartis, AstraZeneca, Eli Lily, etc. 

To further accelerate scientific research and product development, we are thrilled to introduce the EliteTrust human genome-wide viral vector collections, including lentivirus, retrovirus, and AAV collections. The current consensus estimate typically ranges between 19,000 and 20,000 human protein-coding genes. The collection covers  more than 12,000 human unique protein-coding genes and we are working diligently toward to covering more. This large collection is a testament to our cutting-edge virus production platform and our commitment to serving your project. 


Why you should use our EliteTrust virus vectors: 

1. All the human genes in virus particles are guaranteed full-length ORF, guaranteed sequence-confirmed to human gene consensus sequence;

2. All the virus particles are guaranteed functional-titrated, and their gene delivery efficiency is confirmed by transducing target cells; 

3. You can order viral particles for any individual gene, a sub-collection for a group of genes, or the whole collection;

4. There are four different formats of viral particles  you can choose for any human gene depending on your application, to express your target genes transiently or permanently, cell or tissue specifically or not;

Discover the versatility of our EliteTrust virus vectors, which come in different options: lentivirus, retrovirus, and AAV virus. Please click the links below to visit our product pages for detailed information and find the products that fit your application. Learn how our products can serve your research needs. Please contact Cellomics Technology customer service if you cannot find your desired products. We also provide custom virus production for special needs.

Below are four different types of viral vectors with human ORF:
 Human Gene ORF Lentiviruses with GFP Reporter;
 Human Gene ORF Lentiviruses with RFP Reporter;
 Human Gene ORF Retroviruses;
 Human Gene ORF Aden-Associated Viruses;


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