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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 $250.00
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 more information than traditional RNA interference experiments.

With PULSin you can target intracellular proteins in living cells with antibodies without fixation, eliminating the time and effort of fixing cells.

PULSin contains a proprietary cationic lipid that noncovalently complexes with many proteins including antibodies. Complexes are internalized via anionic cell-adhesion receptors present on all cells and are released into the cytoplasm where they disassemble. The process is general, nontoxic and delivers unmodified, functional proteins.
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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