ScreenFect™ A is a transfection reagent composed of new cationic lipids. It is applicable to cell lines from various eukaryotic species and can be added directly to media containing antibiotics and sera. It works with DNA and siRNA and can show highly efficient transfection in common cell lines, stem cells, blood cells, microglia and primary culture cells. Because of low toxicity, media changes after transfection are not required.
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