Explore our “Getting Started” and “Troubleshooting” sections for solutions to top inquiries and common problems. Browse through our "Guides and Tools" section to access a comprehensive portfolio of product-related support resources.
- What recommendations do you have for selecting a transfection reagent?
- What points should I consider to achieve optimal transfection with a lipid-based transfection reagent?
- What is the stability of your transfection reagents?
- Is Lipofectamine® 3000 the same as Lipofectamine® 2000? What about Lipofectamine® LTX, Lipofectamine® PLUS, and Lipofectin®?
- Do you offer a transfection reagent for transfection of mRNA?
- I've mistakenly frozen my lipid reagent—can I still use it?
- I am getting very low transfection efficiency. Can you please provide some troubleshooting tips?
- Why do I see cytotoxicity after performing transfection? Can you please help?
- Why are my transfections not reproducible?
- Sometimes I see a small granular precipitate on my cells (microscopically) following addition of the transfection reagent:DNA complexes to my cells. Why does this happen and will I see a decrease in transfection performance?
Guides and Tools
- Overview: Gene Delivery Methods
- Overview: Transfection Reagents
- Overview: Lipid Transfection
- Overview: Tools for In Vitro and In Vivo Studies
- Guide: Gibco® Cell Culture Basics Handbook
- Guide: Transfection and Genome Engineering Handbook
- Comparison Table: Which Lipofectamine® Transfection Reagent is Right for You?
- Protocols: Transfection Reagent–specific Transfection Protocols
- Protocols: General Transfection Protocols
- Protocols: Cell-specific Transfection Protocols
- Selection Table: Transfection Reagent Selection Guide
- Selection Table: Which Selection Antibiotic is Right for You?
- Video: How To Do Transfection, Short Overview Illustrated on Bench Paper
- Video: R&D Transfection Insights
- Video: Unboxing Transfection with Countess Automated Cell Counter
- Video: The Art of Transfection
- Video: Transfection Methods & Reagents
- Workflow: Gene Delivery Methods
- Selection: Which Plasmid DNA Transfection Reagent is Right for You?
- Technical Note: Plasmid Transfection Tips and Tricks
- Video: Plasmid Transfection Protocol
- Video: Lipofectamine® 3000 – Transfection Reagent Kit
- Video: Invivofectamine® 2.0 Transfection
- Overview: Lipofectamine® MessengerMAX™ Transfection Reagent
- Video: Lipofectamine® MessengerMAX™ mRNA Transfection Reagent
- Protocols: RNAi Transfection Protocols
- References: Lipofectamine® RNAiMAX Transfection Reagent – HighWire Press®
- Selection: Which siRNA Transfection Product is Right for You?
- Technical Note: RNAi Transfection Tips and Tricks
- Video: siRNA Transfection Protocol
In Vivo RNAi Transfection
- Gibco® Cell Culture Companion: An app designed to capture and store vital experiment information as you count cells, perform cell culture calculations, and generate growth curves.
- DailyCalcs Science Calculator: An app designed to calculate molarity, dilution, molecular weight, and more. Also includes a Transfection Calculator you can use to simplify transfection experimental setup.
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