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transfection

[trans′fek·shən]
(genetics)
Infection of a cell with viral deoxyribonucleic acid or ribonucleic acid.
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To transfect these cells, Lipofectamine MessengerMAX uses novel lipid nanoparticle technology optimised to provide the highest amount of mRNA possible without entering the nucleus.
0 kb of the 5'-flanking sequence of chicken ovalbumin gene and used various transfection procedures including electroporation, use of liposome and polyethyleneimine to transfect primary oviduct epithelial cells for finding more appropriate method of transfection.
Benitec recently announced that it has agreed to fund a second clinical trial at the City of Hope using the same triple vector to transfect T cells in HIV/AIDS patients who have failed HAART therapy.
Current growth is driven by the technique's ability to transfect most cell types.
The usual procedure to transfect the spermatozoon has been the in vitro method.
The GeneArt CRISPR Nuclease mRNA is ready to transfect wild type Cas9 in mRNA format.
The MaxCyte VLX has the capability to transfect up to 2E11 cells in less than 30 minutes with high efficiency and high viability, dramatically extending the gram-scale protein bioproduction capabilities of the current MaxCyte instrument product line.
Plasmid: a ring of" DNA that replicates on its own and is usually found in bacteria; plasmids can be used to transfect (see below) cells with desired genes.
To transfect recombinant AAV into human NP cells, passage 2 NP cells were inoculated to coverslips in uncovered six well plates preloaded with poly-L-lysine (1 x 10 [sup]5 /ml, 1 ml per well).
The MaxCyte STX can transfect from 5E5 to 1E10 cells with comparable results from small bench scale through screening and cGMP manufacturing.
The majority of cells are hard or impossible to transfect, requiring lengthy, expensive procedures with low yield and poor reproducibility.