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New Range of Magnetofection™ Reagents from OZBIOSCIENCES for In Vivo Targeted Nucleic Acids Delivery.

Published: Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Last Updated: Tuesday, September 25, 2012
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OZ Biosciences creates, develops and produces innovative transfection reagents and transduction tools for the scientific community and pharmaceutical industry.

OZ Biosciences offers three types of ready-to-use In vivo Magnetofection™ reagents: Non viral applications: In vivo PolyMag, a cationic polymer-based magnetic nanoparticles formulation, and In vivo DogtorMag, a cationic lipid-based magnetic nanoparticles formulation. Viral applications: In vivo ViroMag is an optimized nanoparticles formulation dedicated to viral vectors that allows reduction of titer virus.

 As an innovative technology-based company, OZ Biosciences continually provides enabling technologies for the delivery of biomolecules. Located at the Luminy Scientific Park, the heart of important biological research activity in Marseille, France, the company has established a strong position in the field of molecular delivery systems.


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