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Transfection of physiologically relevant primary cells or stem cells is typically a very difficult task using traditional transfection methods. Additionally, when using relevant cell lines as model systems, the critical issues are to achieve reproducibly efficient transfection with high levels of viability while matching throughput capability required at each project phase – from proof of concept, through to scale-up and screening-like approaches.
With the electroporation-based Nucleofector™ Technology primary cells and stem cells, as well as cell lines, can be consistently transfected at high efficiency. Developed in 1998, Nucleofection™ has evolved through continuous innovation into a comprehensive portfolio of devices and kits for many different transfection needs.
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