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MATra-si Reagent ,for 200g nucleic acids from IBA GmbH

ProductsMATra-si Reagent ,for 200g nucleic acids from IBA GmbH
Company IBA GmbH
Item MATra-si Reagent for 200g nucleic acids
Price $249.00
Description MATra-si Reagent optimized for siRNA applications, contains magnetic nanoparticles (MagTag) which can be loaded with the nucleic acid of interest. Exploiting magnetic force the full nucleic acid dose is then rapidly drawn towards and delivered into the target cells leading to efficient transfection. MATra-si Reagent can be used for adherent cells; for suspension cells see MATra-S Immobilizer. For the transfection process a special magnet plate is required, which is also available at IBA GmbH.
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