Transfection solutions optimized for efficiency, viability, and reproducibility
Expertise in cellular and molecular biology is behind the Invitrogen product portfolio, which are the most cited and trusted transfection and selection systems available.
To address the expanding demands of researchers, the family of lipid based Invitrogen Lipofectamine transfection reagent solutions have been designed for effective and efficient nucleic acid delivery into both traditional and difficult-to-transfect cell lines and for transient transfection in suspension cultures. Similarly, the Invitrogen Neon Transfection System has been shown to successfully electroporate over 140 different cell types, offering an efficient, flexible, and simple alternative to lipid-based reagents when needed.
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Lipid-mediated and electroporation-enabled nucleic acid delivery solutions
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Click here for a comprehensive overview of the reagents and instruments in our Invitrogen portfolio of transfection solutions. Choose the best solution for your experiment by product, payload, or cell line.
Invitrogen transfection products
This brochure is an in-depth guide to our transfection portfolio with infographics, application data, selection guide and much more. This piece showcases why scientists worldwide recommend Invitrogen transfection products for over 30 years.
Packaging must protect the product inside—but that doesn’t have to mean sacrificing sustainability. Lipofectamine products are shipped at ambient temperature, diverting 24,000 ft3 of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) coolers from landfills annually. We reduce the carbon footprint from packaging and shipping these products by 80 tons (CO2 equivalents).
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