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New Products: P-fectamine

transfection compareP-fectamine transfection reagents was developed independence by proteinone. It has  low cytotoxicity and high transfection efficiency.   P-fectamine was shown to efficiently deliver genes to various established cell lines as well as primary cells, which include HEK293, 293T, 293E, CHO, HeLa, K562, BHK-21, 4T1,  insect cell lines (Sf9 and Sf21) and a variety of other eucaryotic cell lines with low cytotoxicity. The protocol developed in 24 well plate can be easily scaled up. It is good for large scale recombinant mammalian protein expression.

 

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Expertise in Protein Synthesis

Expertise in Protein Synthesis

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Published on 2015-01-07
Researchers uncover key cancer-promoting gene

Researchers uncover key cancer-promoting gene

January 6, 2015 - University of Michigan Health System - One of the mysteries in cancer biology is how one protein, TGF-beta, can both stop cancer from forming and encourage its aggressive growth. Now, researchers have uncovered a key gene that may explain this paradox and provide a potential target for treatment.

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