Magnetofection in Gene Silencing

Magnetofection is a powerful and innovative technique that combines the principles of magnetism with gene silencing strategies to enhance the efficiency of nucleic acid delivery into target cells. In the realm of gene silencing, it has emerged as a valuable tool for researchers seeking to downregulate specific genes in a controlled and targeted manner. Magnetofection involves the binding of nucleic acids, such as small interfering RNA (siRNA) or antisense oligonucleotides, to magnetic nanoparticles. These functionalized nanoparticles are then guided to the desired cell population using an external magnetic field. The localized accumulation of nanoparticles at the target site allows for enhanced cellular uptake and, consequently, more efficient gene silencing. This approach has shown promise in various biomedical applications, including cancer therapy and the study of gene function. By harnessing the forces of magnetism, Magnetofection offers a versatile and adaptable approach to gene silencing with broad research and therapeutic potential.

Product Name Catalog Unit Size Price
lMagFec Transfection Reagent WHM-OB21-1 200 µL, 500 µL, 1 mL, 3x 1 mL INQUIRY
siRNA Transfection Selection Kit WHM-OB2A 1 Kit INQUIRY
siRNA Transfection Selection Kit WHM-OB2B 1 Kit INQUIRY
Fill out the form below
to receive a quote


  • (USA)
  • (Europe)
Cookie Policy | Privacy Policy | Copyright © 2024 CD Bioparticles. All rights reserved.
Inquiry Basket