Transfection Line

Transfection is defined as the process of inserting nucleic acids, (such as DNA¹ and double-stranded RNA²), inside Eukaryote cells.

This process is currently used in a large number of experimental researches, to study gene function and expression, protein function, and genetic mutations.

Bioquechem S.L. under its brand BQCkit offers different DNA Transfection Reagents to suit your requirements. All of them show lower toxicity without using organic solvents and can be used in cultured cells with or without serum/antibiotics.

Choose the best option for you according to the table down below.

¹The insertion of DNA into a cell enables the expression, or production, of proteins using the cells own machinery.

²The insertion of RNA into a cell is used to down-regulate the production of a specific protein by stopping translation.

Comparison between BQCkit Transfection Line products
TransTrans PlusTrans UltraTrans LT
Increased efficiencyyesyes
Decreased toxicityyesyes