High Yields of Transfected Cells with BRANDplates® cellGrade™ Premium Surface
5 Dec 2014

Transfection is defined as non-viral DNA/gene delivery into eukaryotic cells performed by several chemical, physical or biological methods. Serum-free culture medium is necessary for successful transfections to avoid nucleases degrading or forming complexes with DNA. This application note compares three different microplate surfaces regarding their ability to support proliferation and attachment of transfected cells during washing steps.

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