Nanoparticles Formulation for Silencing

Gene silencing is a method of regulating gene expression through RNA interference (RNAi) technology. Nanoparticles can be designed and used to deliver RNAi tools to achieve gene silencing. Researchers can select nanoparticles based on specific application needs, including target cell type, targeting performance, intracellular delivery efficiency, and biocompatibility. In addition, surface modification of nanoparticles can also enhance their stability and selectivity within cells by introducing specific functional groups. These factors need to be considered comprehensively when designing and selecting nanoparticles to achieve effective gene silencing. CD Bioparticles provides an in vivo transfection reagent based on magnetic nanoparticles, which can quickly, easily and efficiently transfect small RNA (siRNA, miRNA) into target cells/tissues in the body.

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In Vivo lMagFec Transfection Reagent WHM-OB44 500 µL, 1 mL INQUIRY
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