Lentiviral Vector/Transgene/Biomarker RNA Biodistribution Analysis

The RNA ISH (In Situ Hybridization) technology is an excellent solution for detecting lentiviral vector DNA and therapeutic transgene mRNA expression within intact tissue morphology, addressing critical questions on tissue biodistribution, persistence, cellular tropism, and vector promoter activity. As a leading technology provider, Creative Bioarray's elite scientists have broad experience in Lentiviral Vector/transgene/Biomarker RNA Biodistribution Analysis (RNA ISH method), which can supply the best service for you.

RNA ISH assay is a powerful tool to study gene expression at the single-cell level. Its application in the study of lentiviral vector/transgene/biomarker RNA biodistribution in gene therapy has several advantages:

  • Specificity: RNA FISH allows for the highly specific detection of specific transcripts in different cells and tissues, which can substantially aid in identifying the precise location where lentiviral vectors are administered and transgenes are expressed.
  • Sensitivity: It allows the detection of low-abundance RNA molecules, making it extremely sensitive. This is particularly important for the detection of therapeutic genes delivered by lentiviral vectors that may be expressed at low levels.
  • Spatial Information: With this technique, it is possible to maintain the spatial information related to RNA expression. Thus, it facilitates the understanding of the distribution patterns of lentiviral vectors and transgenes within a particular tissue or cell population.
  • Multiplex: RNA FISH can be modified as multiplexed assays for simultaneous detection of multiple target RNAs in a single sample.
  • Quantitative: RNA FISH provides quantitative data, enabling the direct comparison of gene expression levels between different cells or tissues.

As the field of gene therapy is advancing rapidly, the use of lentiviral vector uncovers further challenges and possibilities. The Lentiviral Vector/transgene/Biomarker RNA Biodistribution Analysis from Creative Bioarray can be used to evaluate the efficiency of gene therapies by quantifying the expression level of transgenes delivered by lentiviruses.

Features of Lentiviral Vector/transgene/Biomarker RNA Biodistribution Analysis (RNA ISH method)

(1) Detection of single-copy DNA vectors

(2) Codon-optimized transgene and biomarker expression analysis

(3) Custom probes designed within 1-2 weeks

(4) Fastest turnaround time

Benefits of Lentiviral Vector/transgene/Biomarker RNA Biodistribution Analysis (RNA ISH method)

(1) Simultaneously visualize in vivo delivery of vector DNA and therapeutic transgene mRNA

(2) Identify cell tropism of vector by multiplexing with cell-type markers

(3) Distinguish transgene from endogenous sequences, at the single nucleotide level

Creative Bioarray offers Lentiviral Vector/transgene/Biomarker RNA Biodistribution Analysis for you as follows:

  • Probe design
  • Probe synthesis
  • ISH staining
  • Imaging
  • Data analysis

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