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Why choose NIS?
NIS is the sodium iodide symporter. It is expressed endogenously in the thyroid, salivary glands, gastric mucosa and mammary glands of mammals, from mice to humans (and everything in between). For more than 70 years, NIS has been exploited in the nuclear medicine to provide diagnosis of thyroid disorders.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Luciferase seems more convenient. Why and When should I use NIS?
- Which reporter gene should I use for whole animal imaging?
- I live outside the USA. Do I need an import license to receive the viral products?
- Do I need biosafety approval to receive OVs?
- Can I add my viruses to the repository?
- What if I need an OV or lentivector not in the product list?
- Can I grow the OVs and propagate new stocks in my lab?
- Can the OVs be administered to animals intravenously?
- Are the OVs well characterized and accurately titered?
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