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Transfection Efficiency experiments made faster, reliable and accurate

Transfection Efficiencies

Transfection Efficiency is an important metric in cellular genetic engineering and finds applications in the development of biologics (including vaccine and antibody production), CAR T-cell therapies and other cell therapies. Researchers strive for high transfection efficiencies and high viability but this is a laborious process. With traditional techniques, cells are plated immediately post-electroporation. 1-2 days later, cells are stained to determine if the receptor or antibody of interest is being expressed. This is a time-consuming process and can be very inefficient if poor transfection efficiencies are achieved.

Problems with the current methods