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Transfection There are 7 products.

A wide range of reagents for the biocompatible fusion-mediated transfection of various molecules into living cells.

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  • A reagent for transfection of eukaryotic cells with plasmid DNA; optimized for use with ibidi µ-Slides and µ-Dishes Superb biocompatibility with low cytotoxicity for use in live cell imaging Transfection efficiency optimized for microscopic assays Ready to use

  • A reagent for transfection of mammalian cells with siRNA or miRNA; optimized for use with ibidi µ-Slides and µ-Dishes High transfection efficiency Superb biocompatibility with low cytotoxicity for use in live cell imaging Compatible with various cell lines Ready to use

  • A fusion reagent for rapid and efficient gene silencing in living cells—the improvement of siRNA transfection Exceptionally efficient siRNA transfection, especially in primary and non-dividing cells, such as keratinocytes Extremely low cytotoxicity Fastest siRNA delivery—no endocytosis or lysosomal degradation in cooperation with

  • A fusion reagent for rapid transfection of mRNA into the cytoplasm of living cells NEW: Fuse-It-mRNA easy—no sonication step required Immediate mRNA translation—protein synthesis detectable after 15–30 minutes Highly efficient and biocompatible, especially in primary cells (e.g., neurons or HUVECs) and stem cells in cooperation with

  • A fusion reagent used to transfer beads and nanoparticles into the cytoplasm of living cells Efficient incorporation of beads and particles with diameters in the nm to µm range Superior fusion efficiency (up to 80-100%) Fusion process completed within 1 - 20 minutes Ready to use in cooperation with

  • A fusion reagent used to transfer water-soluble proteins into the cytoplasm of living cells The lumen of fusogenic liposomes is used as a carrier for water-soluble proteins Superior fusion efficiency (up to 80-100%) Fusion process completed within 1 - 20 minutes Optimized for the transfer of low and intermediate protein amounts to prevent...

  • A fusion reagent for rapid transfection of mRNA into the cytoplasm of living cells NEW: no sonication step required Immediate mRNA translation—protein synthesis detectable after 15–30 minutes Highly efficient and biocompatible, especially in primary cells (e.g., neurons or HUVECs) and stem cells in cooperation with

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