Lipofection in Gene Silencing

Lipofection is a widely used technique in the field of gene silencing that relies on liposomes or lipid-based carriers to deliver nucleic acids, such as small interfering RNA (siRNA) or antisense oligonucleotides, into target cells. This method involves the formation of lipid-nucleic acid complexes that can fuse with the cell membrane, facilitating the internalization of the genetic material. Once inside the cell, the nucleic acids can then exert their gene silencing effects by targeting specific genes or mRNAs, ultimately leading to the suppression of gene expression. Lipofection is appreciated for its versatility, ease of use, and broad applicability in various cell types and research contexts. It has become an essential tool for studying gene function, as well as a promising approach for therapeutic interventions, especially in fields such as cancer research and drug development.

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Silent siRNA Transfection Reagent WHM-OB22 50 µL, 500 µL, 1 mL, 3x 1 mL INQUIRY
Silent Stem siRNA Transfection Reagent WHM-OB23 50 µL, 500 µL, 1 mL INQUIRY
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