* This product is for research use only. Not intended for use in the treatment or diagnosis of disease.
|Nucleic acids transiently or stably transfection in eukaryotic cells.
|Store at 2-8°C.
|Chromaffin cell is a kind of polygonal cell located in the medulla of mammalian adrenal gland. The cytoplasm of chromophores in the adrenal medulla contains a large number of chromophobic granules, which appear as vesicles of varying sizes under electron microscopy. Chromaffin cells are closely associated with the nervous system and are the most commonly studied neural crest derivatives. Chromaffin cells of the adrenal medulla contain and secrete dopamine (DA), epinephrine (E), noradrenaline (NE), neuropeptide Y (NPY), and peptides [Met] enkephalin (ME). Chromaffin cells are the primary activation site of the body's escape or combat responses. Moreover, human bodies circulate catecholamines (epinephrine, norepinephrine) and endorphins mainly from chromophores, which are stored in intracellular granules and released in response to stress. In addition to their advantages in cellular and molecular biology, chromophores are also valuable for stem cell research and clinical transplantation. BOC Sciences offers an advanced liposome-based unique formulation reagent designed explicitly for the transfection of chromaffin cells reagent that exhibits high sensitivity and low cytotoxicity.
|Including chromaffin cells transfection reagents and transfection enhancer reagent.
|BOC Sciences Primary Cell Transfection Reagent is a unique formulation based on liposomes specifically designed to transfect nucleic acids into primary cells. Under serum-free conditions, the primary cell transfection reagent and DNA can form a stable complex, which can be directly added to the cell culture medium and release the DNA into the cytoplasm by fusion with the cell membrane.
|Liquid (aqueous solution).
|Without nuclease contamination and microbial contamination.
|Do not freeze.
|Shipped at room temperature.
|For research use only.
|Lipid reagent for transfecting sensitive and primary cells.
|1.Eiden LE; et al. What's New in Endocrinology: The Chromaffin Cell. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2018 Dec 4; 9: 711.