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MaxSuppressor™ In Vivo RNA-LANCEr II

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MaxSuppressor™ In Vivo RNA-LANCEr II is a patent-pending, proprietary formulation composed of neutral lipid, non-ionic detergent, oil and small molecules which enable highly efficient delivery of RNAi agents into animals. This novel product has been shown to be more robust and efficient at penetrating tissues and organs than other delivery agents. The procedure to package RNAi agents into the phospholipid-oil emulsion takes less than 1-hour. To use MaxSuppressor™ In Vivo RNA-LANCEr II simply mix 100 ug of your RNAi agent with a single tube of semi-dry MaxSuppressor™ In Vivo RNA-LANCEr II agent in total volume of less than 300 uL, in 1X PBS; extrude using the Lipid Extruder (Bioo Scientific cat. #: 341007) with the supplied 100 nm pore sizing filters (or sonicate) and then directly inject into the animal.
Product MaxSuppressor™ In Vivo RNA-LANCEr II
Company BIOO Scientific - Product Directory
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Catalog Number 3410-01
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