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- What are the different methods available for transfection?
- What recommendations do you have for selecting a transfection reagent?
- Why would the expression level of my gene in transient transfectants be greater than that in stable transfectants?
- How do I perform a dose-response curve or kill curve?
- Are cell density (% confluency) and passage number important considerations for transfection?
- 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?
- I see a small granular precipitate on my cells (microscopically) following addition of the transfection reagent:DNA complexes to my cells. Will it decrease the transfection efficiency?
- I have tried several different transfection reagents and have failed to transfect my gene into my cell line of interest. Do you have any suggestions?
- Overview: Gene Delivery Methods
- Overview: Transfection Methods
- Overview: Lipid Transfection
- Overview: siRNA Transfection
- Overview: Plasmid DNA Transfection
- Overview: Transfection Reagents
- Overview: Selection Antibiotics
- Learning Center: Cell Culture & Transfection
- Cell Culture & Transfection Resource Library (useful technical, application, and other learning resources including application notes and methods)
- Guide: Gibco® Cell Culture Basics Handbook
- Guide: Transfection and Genome Engineering Handbook
- Comparison Table: Which Lipofectamine® Transfection Reagent is Right for You?
- Comparison Table: Which Plasmid DNA Transfection Reagent is Right for You?
- Comparison Table: Which siRNA Transfection Reagent is Right for You?
- Protocols: General Transfection Protocols
- Selection Table: Transfection Reagent Selection Guide
- Selection Table: Which Selection Antibiotic is Right for You?
- Technical Note: Plasmid Transfection Tips and Tricks
- Technical Note: RNAi Transfection Tips and Tricks
- Video: How To Do Transfection, Short Overview Illustrated on Bench Paper
- Video: R&D Transfection Insights
- Video: Unboxing Transfection with Countess® Automated Cell Counter
- 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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