Ab-DeliverIN 500 Transfection Reagent + FITC

Catalog number: AI20500
Brand: OZ Biosciences
Packing: 500 ul
Price: € 766.00
Expected delivery time: 5 days

Product specifications for - Ab-DeliverIN 500 Transfection Reagent + FITC

Product group: Molecular Biology
Category: Transfection / transduction
Subcategory: Transfection
Datasheet: Datasheet
  Research Use Only
UNSPSC: 41106502
Storage instructions: 4-¦C (except for fitc -20-¦C)
Scientific information: 
Scientific info: Ab-DeliverIN™ Transfection Reagent is the first reagent dedicated to the intracellular delivery of fully functional antibodies. Ab-DeliverIN opens up new fields of investigation in proteomics, for instance to elucidate complex molecular mechanisms or to design new potential therapies.
  • Intracellular delivery of functionally active antibody
  • Highly efficient in many primary cells and cell lines
  • Serum compatible
  • Biodegradable and non toxic
  • Straightforward protocol and ready-to-use reagent
Additional information: 
Synonyms: AI20500; OZ Biosciences
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