In molecular biology and cell biology experiments, transfection is the process of introducing foreign DNA, RNA, or proteins into cells. Antibiotics play different roles in this process, e.g. Antibiotic selection marker: After the cells are transfected, the cells that are successfully transfected are selected by adding corresponding antibiotics, because only cells carrying resistance genes can survive in the medium containing antibiotics; antibiotics inhibit bacterial contamination: during cell culture or When preparing plasmid DNA, antibiotics are usually added to the culture medium to prevent bacterial contamination. To this end, CD Bioparticles provides high quality and pure antibiotic products for cell transfection.

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