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From: Rev-dependent lentiviral expression vector

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Rev-dependent reporter construct. A. Comparison of the HIV-1 genome and the Rev-dependent vector. The vector contains both LTRs along with the 5' end of the gag gene, splice donors and acceptors, and a portion of the env that includes the Rev response element. No intact HIV genes are present. As used in this report, the lentiviral vector contains an open reading frame encoding green fluorescent protein (GFP). B. In the absence of HIV infection the reporter provirus undergoes basal transcription generating a single message that is rapidly spliced, and results in the removal of the GFP reading frame. In the presence of HIV Rev, singly and non-spliced transcript are delivered to the cytosol, and the reporter gene is expressed.

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