Optogenetics is a technology that can accurately and quickly cause specific cell changes on freely moving animal nerve tissue. During optogenetic animal experiments, researchers use rAAV vectors to introduce light-sensitive ion channel genes into animals, such as Channelrhodopsin-2 (ChR2), Halorhodopsin (NpHR) and Archaerhodopsin (Arch). Combined with optical fiber implantation and laser control methods, we can achieve precise control of nerve cell activities.
Packgene provides an optogenetic animal delivery system based on rAAV vectors, which can be directly, conveniently and efficiently applied to animal experiments. Each spot fast service provides a complete quality inspection report.