Expression of two Genes of Interest in vitro
pVITRO is a family of plasmids developed mainly for in vitro studies. They allow the ubiquitous and constitutive co-expression of two genes of interest. pVITRO plasmids can be stably transfected in mammalian cells and the genes of interest are expressed at high levels.
Each pVITRO plasmid is available with either two multiple cloning sites or two reporter genes.