2019 nCoV (SARS CoV2 coronavirus) Spike of SARS-COV-2 B.1.1.7 lineage whole mutation Pre-made adenovirus vector

Cat No.:GMV-V-2019nCoV-104

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GMV-V-2019nCoV-104 In vitro grade: 1E+10PFU (1E+10pfu/ml×1ml) 3790
GMV-V-2019nCoV-104 In vitro grade: 5E+10PFU (1E+10pfu/ml×5ml) 5390
GMV-V-2019nCoV-104 In vitro grade: 1E+11PFU (1E+10pfu/ml×10ml) 9890
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2019 nCoV related Gene Spike(S1+S2) - B.1.1.7 lineage
Species HostSARS-COV-2 B.1.1.7 lineage
VectorPre-made adenovirus
Antibiotic in Mammalian cellnull
Codon OptimizedCodon Optimized for mamamlian
Gene Accession NumberQHD43416.1
ApplicationAdenovirus-based 2019nCoV vaccine; Adenovirus production; Mammalian cells expression

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