Gene Pulser Xcell Electroporation System

Gene Pulser Xcell Electroporation System

Bio-Rad

The Gene Pulser Xcell™ System is a modular electroporation system for transfecting every cell type. The system includes a main unit, a ShockPod™ cuvette chamber, and your choice of accessory module...read more

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Description

 

The Gene Pulser Xcell™ System is a modular electroporation system for transfecting every cell type. The system includes a main unit, a ShockPod™ cuvette chamber, and your choice of accessory modules: the capacitance extender (CE module) and the pulse controller (PC module).

Features and Benefits
• Universal electroporation — transfects all cell types, from primary and stem cells to bacteria and yeast
• Preset protocols — include the most common mammalian and bacterial cell types
• Flexibility — choice of programs for preset protocols, optimization protocols, manual operation, and/or user protocols
• Protocol library — collection of electroporation protocols for every cell type including primary, immortal, and bacterial cells
• Data management — enables storage and recall of parameters used in the previous 100 experiments, useful for troubleshooting
• Reproducibility — uses PulseTrac™ circuitry and arc-protection features to ensure reproducibility and sample protection

System Options
• Gene Pulser Xcell total electroporation system - the complete electroporation system for transfection of both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells; includes both the CE module, and the PC module
• Gene Pulser Xcell eukaryotic electroporation system - for the electroporation of most eukaryotic cells, including mammalian cells and plant protoplasts; includes the CE module
• Gene Pulser Xcell microbial electroporation system - for the electroporation of bacteria and fungi, as well as other applications where high-voltage pulses are applied to samples of small volume; includes the PC module

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