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PULSin Protein & Antibody Delivery Reagent from Polyplus Transfection

Description: Protein/antibody delivery using PULSin may be superior to transfection in some applications. For example, unlike traditional transfection, with PULSin you can study lethal proteins and control the level and time course of proteins in cells. Likewise, delivery of blocking antibodies may provide mor...
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PULSin Protein & Antibody Delivery Reagent from Polyplus Transfection

Description: Protein/antibody delivery using PULSin may be superior to transfection in some applications. For example, unlike traditional transfection, with PULSin you can study lethal proteins and control the level and time course of proteins in cells. Likewise, delivery of blocking antibodies may provide mor...
Company:Polyplus Transfection

PULSin Protein & Antibody Delivery Reagent from Polyplus Transfection

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 st...
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jetPEI-RGD + NaCl sol. from Polyplus Transfection

Description: Epithelial and endothelial cells-directed transfection reagent : jetPEI-RGD is a RGD peptide-conjugated polyethylenimine which allows targeted efficient transfection of integrin-expressing epithelial and endothelial cells. Integrins are adhesion molecules involved in cell-cell and cell-matrix adhes...
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jetSI conc. 10 mM from Polyplus Transfection

Description: This special concentrated jetSI 10 nM is available for in vivo delivery into mouse brain as described in: Z. Hassani, G.-F. Lemkine, P. Erbacher, G. Alfama, C. Giovannangeli, J.-P. Behr, and B.-A. Demeneix. Lipid-mediated siRNA delivery down regulates exogenous gene expression in the mouse brain ...
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INTERFERin from Polyplus Transfection

Description: INTERFERin is a new-generation siRNA transfection reagent that achieves over 90 % silencing efficiency at 1 nM siRNA in a wide variety of adherent and primary cells with excellent cell viability. Using low siRNA concentrations avoids unwanted toxic and off-target (non-specific) effects observed whe...
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jetSI-ENDO-FluoF from Polyplus Transfection

Description: jetSI-ENDO-FluoF is a fluorescein-conjugated jetSI-ENDO (excitation at 490 nm; emission at 520 nm), the powerful siRNA transfection reagent. These reagents are used to determine the transfection efficiency or investigate the intracellular delivery and trafficking of siRNAs. More than 95 % of the c...
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jetSI-ENDO from Polyplus Transfection

Description: jetSI-ENDO is an easy-to-use siRNA transfection reagent that has been shown to knock out endogenous genes in a variety of cell lines. jetSI-ENDO is serum compatible and comes with an optimized, straightforward protocol. High levels of gene silencing (up to 80%) are obtained following transfection o...
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jetSI-ENDO-FluoR from Polyplus Transfection

Description: jetSI-ENDO-FluoR is a tetramethylrhodamine-conjugated jetSI-ENDO (excitation at 555 nm; emission at 580 nm), the powerful siRNA transfection reagent. These reagents are used to determine the transfection efficiency or investigate the intracellular delivery and trafficking of siRNAs. More than 95 % ...
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