Primary Cell Transfection Kits

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Cell transfection is a technique that introduces exogenous genes such as DNA, RNA, etc. into cells. Find primary cells transfection Kits with low toxicity at BOC Sciences!

Introduction of Primary cells

Primary cells refer to cells obtained from body tissues (such as human tissues, mouse tissues, rat tissues, etc.) by protease or other methods and cultured in vitro. Generally, the cultured primary cells of the first passage and the cells passaged to the tenth passage are collectively referred to as primary cell culture. Under artificial conditions, the primary cells can survive, grow, multiply and passage, and carry out research on cell life process, cell carcinogenesis, cell engineering and other issues.

Primary Cell Transfection Kits

ProductsCell TypesBrief Introduction
Fibroblast Transfection ReagentFibroblast cellsFibroblast Transfection Reagent is a unique lipid-based reagent that has been specially optimized to provide excellent transfection efficiency in various fibroblast cell lines.
Primary Cell Transfection ReagentPC-12 cellsChromaffin 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.
Astrocytes Transfection ReagentAstrocytes cellsAstrocytes transfection reagent is an optimized proprietary formulation based on liposomes, which has lower cytotoxicity than most transfection methods.
Chondrocyte Transfection ReagentChondrocytesChondrocytes are the only type of cell found in cartilage. Chondrocytes produce and maintain the cartilage matrix (consisting mainly of collagen and proteoglycan).
Endothelial Cells Transfection ReagentEndothelial cellsEndothelial cells, a layer of squamous cells, line the inner surfaces of blood vessels and lymphatic vessels. The endothelium forms the interface between the circulating blood or lymph in the lumen and the rest of the vessel wall. Endothelial cells form the barrier between blood vessels and tissue and control the flow of substances and fluids in and out of the tissue.
Epithelial Cells Transfection ReagentEpithelial cellsEpithelial cells refer to cells located in the lumen or superficial layer of the skin.
EPCs Transfection ReagentEndothelial Progenitor cellsEndothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) are precursor cells of vascular endothelial cells, also known as angioblasts, which are mobilized from the bone marrow to the peripheral blood to participate in the repair of injured vessels when stimulated by physiological or pathological factors.
MSC Transfection ReagentMesenchymal Stem cellsMesenchymal stem cells are pluripotent stem cells that have all the common characteristics of stem cells, namely the ability to self-renew and to differentiate in multiple directions.
SMCs Transfection ReagentSmooth Muscle cellsSmooth muscle cells, also known as smooth muscle fibres, are the long fibrous cells that make up smooth muscle.
Osteocyte Transfection ReagentOsteocyteOsteoblasts are the main cells in mature bone tissue, equivalent to human adulthood, and are transformed from osteoblasts.
Stem cells Transfection ReagentStem cellsStem cells (SC) are a class of cells with self-regeneration and multi-directional differentiation potential. Under certain conditions, they can differentiate into various functional cells.
Macrophage Transfection ReagentMacrophagesMacrophages (Macrophages, M) are a type of white blood cell located in peripheral blood and inflammatory tissues.
Hepatic Stellate Cells Transfection ReagentHepatic Stellate cellsStellate cells (formerly known as adipocytes, fat storage cells, perisinusoidal cells, or Ito cells) are cells that branch radially from a single center in all directions.
Adipocyte Transfection ReagentAdipocyteAdipocytes are round or polygonal cells. They can store large amounts of lipids. Adipocytes are derived from primitive mesenchymal tissue and adipose tissue components..
Lymphocyte Transfection ReagentLymphocyteLymphocytes are a type of white blood cell and are the smallest in size.
Immunocyte Transfection ReagentImmune cellsImmune cells, commonly known as white blood cells, include lymphocytes and various phagocytes, and also specifically refer to lymphocytes that can recognize antigens and produce specific immune responses.

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