* This product is for research use only. Not intended for use in the treatment or diagnosis of disease.
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HeLa is an immortal cell line used in scientific research. It is the oldest and most commonly used human cell line. BOC Sciences offers Hela transfection kits to help you optimize your transfection experiments.
The Hela cells were derived from an American woman named Henrietta Lacks who had cervical cancer. The laboratory assistant named the sample based on the sample's last name and the first two letters of the first name, so the cell was called HeLa. In 1953, Theodore Puck and Philip Marcus cloned HeLa (the first human cell to be cloned) and donated the samples for free to other researchers. HeLa cells are the first immortalized human cell line, also known as the king of cells, showing epithelioid and adherent growth. Unlike other general human cells, this cell line will not senesce and die and can divide indefinitely. This cell line proliferates exceptionally rapidly compared to other cancer cell lines. It is widely used in tumor research, biological experiments or cell culture.
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