Viromag 200 Magnetic Transduction Reagent

Catalog number: VM40200
Brand: OZ Biosciences
Packing: 200 ul
Price: € 149.60 € 176.00
Expected delivery time: 5 days
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Product specifications for - Viromag 200 Magnetic Transduction Reagent

Overview: 
Product group: Molecular Biology
Category: Transfection / transduction
Subcategory: Transduction
Properties: 
Datasheet: Datasheet
  Research Use Only
UNSPSC: 41116133
Scientific information: 
Scientific info: ViroMag Transduction Reagent is a magnetic nanoparticles formulation dedicated to increase virus infection and transduction capacities; it is suitable for all viruses. Based on the Magnetofection™ technology, this reagent allows concentrating the complete applied dose of viral particles onto cells within minutes, inducing a significant improvement of virus transduction with extremely low vector doses. Due to its specific properties, ViroMag is ideal to infect non permissive cells. This reagent demonstrates an exceptionally high efficiency to promote, control and assist viral transductions so that no molecular biology processes or biochemical modifications are required.
  • Increases transduction efficiency
  • Accelerates the transduction process
  • Efficient for hard-to-infect and non-permissive cells
  • Concentrates the viral dose onto the cells
  • Suitable for all type of virus
  • Synchronise cells adsorption/infection without modifications of the viruses
Additional information: 
Synonyms: VM40200; OZ Biosciences; Viral Transduction; Magnetofection
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