Please see our Addgene page! If you can't find what you need, please email Tim Miles (tmiles at caltech dot edu) with your request.
Virus preps of our capsids with several common genomes are available at Addgene!
Given the large volumes and titers of AAV-PHP vectors required for IV administration, we are unable to keep sample stocks of the PHP viruses on hand at all times. If we have stock available, we are happy to send some to you. Please email Tim Miles (tmiles at caltech dot edu) with your request.
We are not a core facility but rather produce viruses in collaborative mode depending on bandwidth and funds available. If this works for your projects please contact Tim Miles (tmiles at caltech dot edu). We are happy to discuss your project with you and come up with the best solution for your vector needs.
CLOVER now also offers custom virus preparations of our engineered capsids as a service, but our capacity is limited. Custom virus preps are available at scales of 2, 5, 10, or 40 dishes. We do not guarantee a specific yield as this may be a function of each capsid and viral genome combination but for AAV-PHP.eB, we typically observe 2-4E12 vg / 150 mm dish of producer cells. Caltech users may find pricing details here, using their Access credentials.
Please email Tim Miles (tmiles at caltech dot edu) for details on pricing and availability.
With shipping especially international shipping, it is highly advised to re-titer before injection to animals. Also it would be the best to not refreeze, as each freeze/thaw degrades the titer. Virus is stable for many weeks/months at 4 ̊C however we recommend users re-titer if it has been more than two months. More information can be found here.
Addgene offers several ready-to-use preps of our engineered capsids viruses available for purchase.
Other vector cores produce customized AAV-PHP viruses as well. As part of the NeuroNex MINT Technology Hub, we have worked with the University of Michigan Vector Core to offer preps of our engineered viruses.
Yes, we are happy to share the plasmids and advice to help you use CREATE. Please email us. Detailed methods are also available in our recent publication announcing M-CREATE.