Gene Transfer, Targeting
and Therapeutics Core



Edward Callaway Science

NINDS-R24 RESOURCE PAGE»The staff within the Gene Transfer, Targeting and Therapeutics Core (GT3) provide expert consultation for the safe and effective use of viral vector technologies, and offer custom design and production services for multiple viral vector types. The GT3 facilitates the use of these powerful research tools by Salk researchers and others across diverse fields of study such as systems neuroscience, stem cell biology, metabolism, ageing, cancer biology and gene therapy.

Supported in part by:

National Cancer Institute
National Institute on Aging
National Institutes of Health
National Eye Institute

The GT3 core is a designated C3 Core. Follow this link to C3 designated cores at UCSD Moores Cancer Center and Sanford-Burnham Cancer Center. To learn more about the San Diego National Cancer Institute (NCI) Cancer Centers Council - Click here»

Acknowledging Core Support

For submitting manuscripts that have made use of services or resources from this core, PLEASE ACKNOWLDGE SUPPORT by inclusion of the following information:

“This work was supported by the GT3 Core Facility of the Salk Institute with funding from NIH-NCI CCSG: P30 014195, an NINDS R24 Core Grant and funding from NEI” Please acknowledge core staff where appropriate and consider authorship inclusion when scientific contributions merit.

Please link each publication stemming from work performed in the core to your MyNCBI account. This will ensure that the contributions from NIH are appropriately acknowledged in renewal and continuation applications. This NIH requirement must be satisfied as part of our efforts to provide consistent access to stabling funded core resources. Information on how to link publications can be found here»


Salk Institute for Biological Studies

10010 N Torrey Pines Rd
La Jolla, CA 92037

Telephone: (858) 453-4100

(858) 453-4100 ext. 1334 (Director)
(858) 453-4100 ext. 1242 (Lab - Core Staff)

E-mail: (For ordering information and request submission).

Mailing Address:
Salk Institute, GT3
10010 N Torrey Pines Rd
La Jolla, CA 92037-1099

Our offices are located just North of the Salk Institute in the Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine building.

Office Location
Room 1318

Lab Location
Room 1106

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