Lipofection is a widely employed technique in mRNA transfection, playing a pivotal role in the delivery of genetic material into cells for various biological applications. This method utilizes cationic lipids, which, when complexed with mRNA, form liposomes that facilitate cellular uptake. The liposomes encapsulate and protect the mRNA payload, promoting its efficient internalization into the target cells. Lipofection offers advantages such as high transfection efficiency, versatility across cell types, and minimal cytotoxicity compared to alternative transfection methods. By exploiting the lipophilic nature of cellular membranes, lipofection enhances mRNA delivery, enabling researchers to manipulate gene expression, study cellular processes, and develop therapeutic interventions. The flexibility and efficacy of lipofection make it a valuable tool in the burgeoning field of mRNA-based research, with applications ranging from basic molecular biology investigations to the development of cutting-edge mRNA therapeutics.
|Product Name||Catalog||Unit Size||Price|
|mRNA Transfection Reagent||WHM-OB24||50 µL, 500 µL, 1 mL, 5x 1 mL||INQUIRY|
|mRNA/gRNA Transfection Reagent||WHM-OB26||50 µL, 500 µL||INQUIRY|
|Stem mRNA Transfection Reagent||WHM-OB25||50 µL, 500 µL, 1 mL, 5x 1 mL||INQUIRY|