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GeneTrans Transfection Reagents

GeneTrans Gene Delivery Reagent

Features

  • High transfection efficiencies in multiple cell lines
  • Good results with many hard-to-transfect cell lines
  • Very cost-effective and easy-to-use
  • Best efficiency with Jurkat cells
  • Ideal for oligonucleotide transfection

Description

  • GeneTrans Transfection Reagents have been developed for highly efficient transfection of a broad variety of cell types. They enable good transfection efficiencies also with many known hard-to-transfect cell lines
  • GeneTrans Transfection Reagents utilize the unique Direct Hydrophilic Conjugation (DHC) technology developed by the inventor of lipofection. In contrast to other commercially available transfection reagents, GeneTrans contains an ideally adjusted mixture of differentially modified cationic lipids. It optimizes the assembly of lipid/DNA complexes and significantly reduces cytotoxicity. This ensures highly efficient and reproducible results with both stable and transient transfections. Moreover, the strongly reduced cell damage and the elimination of media changes make GeneTrans Transfection Reagents ideal for all gene expression studies where both optimal gene delivery and the post-transfection state of the cells are important. In addition, they have proven to be perfect for oligonucleotide transfection and for transfecting special cell lines such as Jurkat cells.
GeneTrans-mediated DNA delivery into cells

GeneTrans-mediated DNA
delivery into cells.

GeneTrans II Transfection Reagent

Features

  • Optimized transfection efficiency
  • Greatly improved results with hard-to-transfect cells
  • Ideally suited for oligonucleotide transfection
  • No media changes - transfections can be easily carried out with or without serum
  • Robust reproducible results with cell lines used for protein expression
  • Adaptable to both suspension and adherent cells
  • Minimized cytotoxicity
  • Suitable for both in vitro and in vivo transfection
  • Excellent and reproducible performance with many different cell lines

Description

  • The GeneTrans II Transfection Reagent is an advance in gene delivery technology and based on a clearly improved formulation that allows a further enhancement of DNA stability and reduction of interference from serum components during the transfection process. Its ability first to stabilize and protect DNA more effectively and second, to facilitate its nuclear uptake into cells renders GeneTrans II a highly effective delivery tool. Additionally, lipoplexes produced with the GeneTrans II formulation have lower interaction with serum components and are thereby in particular very suitable and effective for use in serum containing medium. It includes optimized components and buffers allowing superior transfection efficiencies also with notoriously hard-to-transfect cell lines such as HeLa, K-562, and PC-12.
  • GeneTrans II is ideal for high-throughput screening and protein expression applications and offers clear advantages compared to other leading transfection reagents. GeneTrans II is provided with two diluents (DNA Diluent A and DNA Diluent B) to allow you more flexibility in optimizing nucleic acid transfections for your cell lines of choice.
  • GeneTrans II comes complete with everything you need for optimizing transfection conditions for your specific cell line(s), including the convenient GeneTrans II dried lipid films, hydration buffer (0.75 ml or 1.5 ml), and two types of DNA diluents (A and B: 4 ml or 8 ml). For your convenience, a protocol with tested optimized transfection conditions for the most popularly used cell lines is included. By following the simple steps in this comprehensive manual, you can expect optimal transfection results.
Comparison of GeneTrans II Transfection reagent with leading reagent L2K

Comparison of GeneTrans II Transfection reagent with leading reagent L2K.

ORDER INFORMATION

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Order# Description Amount Price Data Sheet
0201B GeneTrans II Transfection Reagent 75 reactions (0.75ml) 284,00 PDF
0202B GeneTrans II Transfection Reagent 150 reactions (1.5ml) 532,00 PDF
0203B GeneTrans II Transfection Reagent 750 reactions (5 x 1.5ml) 2231,00 PDF
0204B GeneTrans II QuickEase Kit 96 Single Use Vials 418,00 PDF
  • All prices are in EURO excl. VAT and shipping. For further pricing and order information please ask your local distributor.

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