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Transfection Practices Change with Times
Electroporation Improvements, New Reagents, and Easier-to-Use Platforms Impact Bottom Line
- Transfection technology for inserting nucleic acids into cells is getting a boost from novel electroporation techniques, new reagents, and easier-to-use transfection platforms. One leading-edge example is work being done by Virginia Tech associate professor Chang Lu, Ph.D. Dr. Lu's approach eliminates the need for expensive pulse generators, achieves uniform ...
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