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Magnetofection - SilenceMag from OZ Biosciences

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Description Last innovation from Magnetofection technology, SilenceMag is the most efficient siRNA delivery system available. Simple, rapid and easy to use, SilenceMag is serum compatible and non toxic. Specifically designed for siRNA delivery, SilenceMag allows studying gene silencing at very low doses of siRNA. SilenceMag formulation gives reliable high gene silencing efficiencies in numerous cell types (primary cells, hard to transfect & cell lines) and is suitable for all siRNA applications (co-transfection & endogenous gene silencing).

Some successfully transfected cells: 293, BHK21, CHO, COS, CT26, HaCaT, HeLa, HepG2, HT1080, HUVEC, L929, N2A, NS20Y, NIH3T3, PC12, U937, Vero, PAEC, Primary Chondrocytes, Primary Fibroblasts, Primary Hippocampal neurons, HMEC, ...

  • Universal : primary cells and cell lines
  • Multipurpose : adapted to all siRNA applications (cotransfections and endogenous applications)
  • Highly efficient
  • Simple & rapid
  • Non-toxic and serum compatible
Info OZ BiosciencesOZ Biosciences
Parc Scientifique et Technologique de Marseille-Luminy
BP 13
Marseille 13273 Cedex 9
France
Customer Service: +33 (0)4-91-82-81-72
Fax Number: +33 (0)4-91-82-81-70
Web Site: http://www.ozbiosciences.com
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