Thermo Scientific™ TurboFect™ Cell Transfection Reagent

Deliver DNA plasmids and expression vectors into eukaryotic cells with this highly efficient, easy-to-use, non-immunogenic transfection reagent.

Overview
Brand: Thermo Scientific™

Manufacturer Part Number: R0533

UNSPSC: 12161500

Code: A0

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.01000kg



Product Code. 12395613

Quantity Price
1 £ 41.46 / 5 reactions
EU Stock 7
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Description and Specification

Specification

Description TurboFect™ Transfection Reagent, 200μL, Liquid, Lipid-Based Transfection Technique, Water Soluble, Used in Transfection, Stable Under Normal Conditions, 4°C Storage Temperature
Final Product Type TurboFect™ Transfection Reagent
For Use With (Application) Transfection
Temperature (Metric) Operating 4°C
Formulation Liquid
Product Type TurboFect™ Transfection Reagent
Quantity 200μL
Sufficient For 100 transfections (1 standard 96-well plate)

TurboFect Transfection Reagent is a sterile solution of a proprietary cationic polymer. The polymer forms compact, stable, positively charged complexes with DNA. These complexes protect DNA from degradation and facilitate gene delivery into eukaryotic cells. TurboFect Reagent is ideal for transfection of a variety of cells, including primary and difficult-to-transfect cells. Transfection can be performed in the presence or absence of serum. TurboFect Reagent demonstrates superior transfection efficiency and minimal toxicity when compared to other lipid-based or polymer-based transfection reagents.

Highlights:

  • High transfection efficiency of a wide variety of cell types
  • No optimization required for most cell lines
  • Excellent transfection efficiency in the presence or absence of serum
  • Minimal cytotoxicity
  • Ready-to-use – no need to reconstitute, dilute or manipulate

Recommended for:

Stable and transient transfection or co-transfection of DNA or RNA; Experiments with adherent or suspension cells, differentiated or undifferentiated cells; Gene expression studies and assays involving GFP or luciferase reporters