Viromag Rl 200 Magnetic Transduction Reagent

Catalog number: RL40200
Brand: OZ Biosciences
Packing: 200 ul
Price: € 227.00
Expected delivery time: 5 days

Product specifications for - Viromag Rl 200 Magnetic Transduction Reagent

Product group: Molecular Biology
Category: Transfection / transduction
Subcategory: Transduction
Datasheet: Datasheet
  Research Use Only
UNSPSC: 41116133
Scientific information: 
Scientific info: ViroMag R/L Transduction Reagent is a magnetic nanoparticles formulation optimized for Retroviruses and Lentiviruses. Based on the Magnetofection™ technology, this reagent allows concentrating the complete applied dose of Retro/Lentiviral particles onto cells within minutes, inducing a significant improvement of virus infectivity with extremely low vector doses. Due to its specific properties, ViroMag R/L is ideal to infect non permissive cells. This reagent demonstrates an exceptionally high efficiency to promote, control and assist viral transductions in a so that no molecular biology processes or biochemical modifications are required.
  • Increase transduction efficiency
  • Accelerate the transduction process
  • Efficient for hard-to-infect and non-permissive cells
  • Concentrate the viral dose onto the cells
  • Suitable for all type of Retro/Lentivirus
  • Synchronise cells adsorption/infection without modifications of the viruses
Safety information: 
Additional information: 
Synonyms: RL40200; OZ Biosciences; Viral Transduction; Lentivirus; Retrovirus; Magnetofection
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