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PULSin Protein & Antibody Delivery Reagent from Polyplus Transfection

ProductsPULSin Protein & Antibody Delivery Reagent from Polyplus Transfection
Company Polyplus Transfection
Item PULSin Protein & Antibody Delivery Reagent
Price $75.00
Description 

PULSin is an innovative reagent for highly efficient transfer of functional proteins to the cytoplasm of living cells. Unlike DNA transfection, with PULSin Protein & Antibody Delivery Reagent the amount and timing of exogenous proteins in cells can be controlled, even lethal proteins can now be studied. Real time function blocking and protein localization studies can now be easily performed using antibodies in living cells. The process is non-toxic, and delivers proteins with up to 98% efficiency in a wide variety of cell lines and primary cells. Extremely fast and easy-to-use (fluorescent protein control and buffers are included), simply add protein to the PULSin reagent, incubate, and apply to cells in culture.

Advantages:

Effective and robust delivery into the cytoplasm
Delivery to a wide variety of cells including primary cells
Highly efficient transfer
Easy to use
Ready-to-use, including dilution buffer and a fluorescent control protein
Info Polyplus TransfectionPolyplus Transfection
310 S. Twin Oaks Valley Drive
Suite 107-180
San Marcos, CA 92078
Customer Service: (760) 481-4918
Web Site: http://www.polyplus-transfection.com/EN/index.php
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