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TRANSFECTION REAGENTS FOR ANIMAL MODELS
In Vivo DNA-Fect is a synthetic amphiphilic polymer that is specifically tailored for plasmid DNA delivery. It has been tested and found effective in different types of primary attachment dependent cells as well as for cell culture use.
In Vivo RNA-Fect is a synthetic amphiphilic polymer that is specifically tailored for siRNA delivery. It has been tested and found effective after administration via systemic routes, such as intravenous and intraperitoneal, as well as local administration.
Delivery of pDNA using In Vivo DNA-Fect and PEI
Tumor Growth as a Result of siRNA Delivery with In Vivo RNA-Fect
CONSIDERATIONS FOR OPTIMIZING NON-VIRAL TRANSFECTIONS IN CULTURE
The efficiency of all transfection reagents depends on cell type to be modified, nature of polynucleotide to be delivered, and cell culture conditions. The transfection conditions for each cell type should be optimized to ensure maximal gene expression (or silencing) while minimizing cellular toxicity. We have complied a list of factors that should be considered for optimum transfection, which can be accessed here.
Take a look at 'Electrospun gelatine matrices with bioactive pDNA polyplexes', a 2020 publication highlighting RJH Product "All-Fect" for electrospun matrices suitable for implantation.
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