Homepage of the Lentiviral Gene Ontology Vectors


{Please note: New e-mail address}
Please note that I changed my name because of my marriage from Kristoffer Weber to Kristoffer Riecken. My new e-mail address is available on the contact page.

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This website provides additional information about the "Lentiviral Gene Ontology Vectors", complementing the following scientific publications:

In-vivo RGB marking and multicolour single-cell tracking in the adult brain
Diego Gomez-Nicola, Kristoffer Riecken, Boris Fehse & V. Hugh Perry
Scientific Reports 4 (2014), Article number: 7520
http://www.nature.com/srep/2014/141222/srep07520/full/srep07520.html

RGB marking with lentiviral vectors for multicolor clonal cell tracking
Kristoffer Weber, Michael Thomaschewski, Daniel Benten & Boris Fehse
Nature Protocols (2012), 7: 839-849
http://www.nature.com/nprot/journal/v7/n5/abs/nprot.2012.026.html

RGB marking facilitates multicolor clonal cell tracking
Kristoffer Weber, Michael Thomaschewski, Michael Warlich, Tassilo Volz, Kerstin Cornils, Birte Niebuhr, Maike Täger, Marc Lütgehetmann, Jörg-Matthias Pollok, Carol Stocking, Maura Dandri, Daniel Benten & Boris Fehse
Nature Medicine (2011), 17: 504-509
http://www.nature.com/nm/journal/v17/n4/abs/nm.2338.html

Lentiviral gene ontology (LeGO) vectors equipped with novel drug-selectable fluorescent proteins: new building blocks for cell marking and multi-gene analysis
Kristoffer Weber, Ulrike Mock, Bettina Petrowitz, Udo Bartsch & Boris Fehse
Gene Therapy (2010), 17(4): 511-520
http://www.nature.com/gt/journal/v17/n4/abs/gt2009149a.html

A multi-color panel of novel lentiviral "gene ontology" (LeGO) vectors for functional gene analysis
Kristoffer Weber, Udo Bartsch, Carol Stocking & Boris Fehse
Molecular Therapy (2008), 16(4): 698-706
http://www.nature.com/mt/journal/v16/n4/full/mt20086a.html



{Some news}

{June 28, 2007} The first raw version of this website is finally online!

{April 27, 2012} I changed my name because of my marriage from Kristoffer Weber to Kristoffer Riecken. My new e-mail address is available here: contact. In Germany you can freely choose whose name you want to use after marriage. You can use her name or his name as the new family name, alternatively both can keep their own names or even fuse them together with a hyphen, like Name1-Name2.


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