The Transfection Basics resource collection provides an overview of transfection, including general information on various transfection technologies, considerations for successful transfection experiments, and selecting the appropriate transfection method for your cell line and experimental needs.
Transfection application notes present research applications and proof-of-concept experiments involving Thermo Scientific, Invitrogen, and Gibco products from our cell biology portfolio.
If you're looking to learn about methods and techniques to achieve improved transfection, tested protocols, or descriptions of various techniques (and their trade-offs), you are likely to find such answers among these application notes.
The “Cell Culture Basics—Transfection” virtual training lab is an introduction to transfection covering many topics, including:
- Overview of common transfection delivery methods
- Conducting positive and negative controls
- Performing a lipid-based transfection
- Performing an electroporation transfection
- Analyzing cells
The Gibco cell culture basics—transfection lab is endorsed by The American Association for Cell Biology (ASCB). Gibco and ASCB are committed to cell biology education. As part of our partnership you will receive discounted membership to ASCB after completing the virtual lab.
This handbook outlines a collection of superior transfection and genome engineering products designed to work together to help answer research questions faster and with less effort.
Transfection protocol calculator
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Transfection solutions for cancer cells
These transfection protocols for the most studied cancer cell lines and cancer types are designed to help you get the results you want the first time with minimal optimization. Find your cell line–specific protocol for breast, lung, prostate, or liver cancer. The new protocols provide you with a step-by-step guide to help ensure high transfection efficiency with low toxicity for your specific cancer cell line.
Addressing concerns of working with mRNA
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