Delivering siRNA into Difficult to Transfect Cells Using Bio-Rad’s MXCell Electroporator

Small interfereing RNA (siRNA) technology is a powerful tool for facilitating post-transcriptional gene silencing. As with most transfection techniques, siRNAs have been traditionally delivered into the cell by one of four transfection techniques: lipid-mediated, chemical-mediated, viral transfection or electroporation.

In this paper, a team from the Beckman Research Institue of the City of Hope demonstrate how Bio-Rad’s MXCell electroporator can be used to optimize transfection conditions for B-Cell lymphomas which are extremely difficlut to transfect by most traditional methods.

Delivering siRNA into Difficult to Transfect Cells Using Bio-Rad’s Gene Pulser MXcell Electroporation System

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