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September 01, 2010 (Vol. 30, No. 15)

Tackling Transfection's Complexity

Improved and New Reagents Facilitate Work with Difficult-to-Transfect Cells

  • Ever since the discovery of DNA’s double-helix structure, life scientists have been interested in somehow introducing foreign nucleic acid molecules into a host cell and expressing the genes encoded by it. Transfection is one of the most popular methods for doing so in mammalian cells. There are currently ...

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