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Lentivirus FAQs

Lentivirus FAQs 1. What is a Lentivirus? Lentivirus is a subfamily of the retrovirus family. Lentiviruses can deliver significant amounts of genetic information into host cells and integrate it into the cellular genome. Genetically-engineered lentiviruses are therefore used as one of the most efficient tools of gene delivery.These lentiviruses contain a viral promoter which is […]

Lipogene™ Transfection reagent FAQs

Q1. Are cell density (% confluence) and passage number important considerations for transfection? A: Yes, cell density is an important parameter in influencing transfection efficiency. If the seeding density is too low, some cytotoxicity may be observed. If the cell density is high, lower than expected transfection efficiency may be observed. Both issues may be […]


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Femto Signal Western ECL Substrate FAQs

1. What is the recommended dilution range for Femto Signal Western ECL Substrate? Primary antibody recommended dilution range is 1 to 0.2 µg/mL primary antibody (1:5,000 to 1:100,000 dilution from 1µg/mL stock). Secondary antibody recommended dilution range is 2 to 10 ng/mL secondary antibody (1:100,000 to 1:500,000 dilution from µg/mL stock). 2. What is the […]