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What is a SIN vector?
A Self-Inactivating (SIN) vector is a retroviral vector that contains a non-functional or modified 3' Long Terminal Repeat (LTR) sequence. This sequence is copied to the 5' end of the vector genome during integration, resulting in the inactivation of promoter activity by both LTRs.