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Are You Looking to Improve Your Electroporation Protocols?

Nonviral ex vivo modification of cell therapy-relevant cell types

Transfection is the process of introducing foreign nucleic acids into cells. Introducing nucleic acids using chemical, biological, or physical methods can change the properties of the cells for the study of gene function, protein expression, or transformation of the cell into a cell therapy product such as a CAR T cell. Electroporation is a physical transfection method that can achieve equivalent efficiency to viral methods.

In this infographic, you will learn:

  • The steps involved in electroporation
  • How to optimize your electroporation protocols
  • The important attributes of a cell therapy electroporation system
  • Steps to evolve your process from research to commercial scale

Download this infographic to learn more about improving your electroporation workflows. 

Nonviral Ex Vivo Modification of Cell Therapy-Relevant Cell Types

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