Vesicular Stomatitis Virus

Vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) is a widely used model system for studying both virus replication and virus assembly. It consists of a bullet-shaped virion composed of five viral proteins, a single molecule of negative-sense RNA, and a lipid envelope derived from the host cell plasma membrane.

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ΔG- DsRed 
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ΔG-GFP 
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ΔG-Luciferase 
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ΔG-N/P-MCS2-2.6 
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ΔG-P/M-MCS2-2.6 
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ΔG-PL 2.5 
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rVSV-ΔG-GFP-2.6 
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VSV large polymerase subunit (L) 
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VSV M-protein (M51R) 
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VSV M-protein (rwt) 
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VSV nucleocapsid (N) protein 
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VSV nucleocapsid (N) protein; VSV phosphoprotein (P); VSV large polymerase subunit (L); VSV-Indiana glycoprotein (G) 
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VSV phosphoprotein (P) 
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VSV-ΔL-GFP 
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VSV-9.1(+) 
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VSV-G (San Juan, Indiana serotype) 
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VSV-Indiana glycoprotein (G) 
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