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GeneSilencer® Transfection Reagent

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•    High siRNA transfection efficiency
•    Functional gene silencing post siRNA delivery
•    Compatibility with diverse growth conditions (with and without serum)
•    Low cytotoxicity
•    Easy-to-use protocols for both adherent and suspension cells

GeneSilencer® siRNA Transfection Reagent is a novel cationic lipid formulation specifically designed for efficient delivery of siRNAs (small interfering RNAs) into a wide variety of cell types. siRNAs are short, gene-specific double-stranded RNAs that can cause gene silencing in mammalian cells by catalytically cleaving greater than 95% of the target mRNA (1,2,3).

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•    Hydrated GeneSilencer Lipid
•    siRNA Diluent (corresponding ratio for each kit)

Product GeneSilencer® Transfection Reagent
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Genlantis, Inc. 10190 Telesis Court San Diego, CA 92121 1-888-428-0558

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