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Cellectricon Presents Transfection Solutions for Drug Discovery at Experimental Biology 2013

Published: Friday, April 19, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, April 19, 2013
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Advanced electroporation systems for primary and iPSC-derived cells.

Cellectricon will be exhibiting its revolutionary in-situ transfection technology platforms on booth #1178 at the Experimental Biology conference (20-24 April, Boston, US).

Cellectricon will also present two posters on April 24, focusing on high performance in-situ transfection.

The poster “Transfection of primary and iPSC-derived cells by capillary electroporation” (LB162) explores how Cellectricon’s novel electroporation Cellaxess® ACE system is ideal for in-situ transfection of any adherent cell type.

Minimal cell processing and low voltages ensure excellent viability and completely retained morphology, in any cell culture format.

For in-situ transfection applications on a larger scale, the poster “High throughput in-situ transfection of primary and iPSC-derived cells” (LB163) details how the novel electroporation platform Cellaxess® Elektra is optimized for in-vitro transfection of primary and iPSC-derived cells, directly into 384-well plates.

With virtually no impact on cell viability or morphology, this system is ideal for screening applications such as cDNA and RNAi.

The presentations will commence from 12:15 to 13:30, and posters will be available for viewing throughout the day.


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