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Adherent and suspension cells
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1 ml of jetPEI® is sufficient to perform up to 2000 transfections in 96-well plates.
Store jetPEI® at 5 °C ± 3°C.
101-01N, 101-10N, 101-40N and 101B-010N are provided with 150 mM NaCl solution for complex formation
High-Throughput Screening (HTS) is widely used in pharmaceutical industry and basic & translational research to study biological processes. HTS bioassays are almost exclusively conducted in the microtiter plate formats (96, 384 or 1536 wells), which makes the use of a highly reproducible transfection reagent indispensable.
jetPEI® transfection reagent is a linear polyethylenimine derivative, free of components of animal origin, ideal for automated or manual High Throughput Screening in adherent and suspension cells. Three protocols are available: reverse, batch and forward.
3 protocols to suit your application
In the forward protocol, the cells are split the day before transfection and the jetPEI®/DNA complexes are added to the adherent or suspension cells.
The reverse protocol is the most appropriate when transfecting a pool of genes, such as a DNA library. In this protocol, the jetPEI®/DNA complexes are prepared or deposited in the wells prior to addition of the cells. Complexes are stable for up to 4 hours
The batch protocol has been developed to prepare a homogeneous pool of transfected cells. For this purpose, the cells are transfected just after trypsinization, while still in suspension. This protocol is preferred for drug screening applications and allows rapid processing, one day faster than the forward protocol.
Efficient in a wide range of cell types
jetPEI® successfully delivers genes to various adherent and non-adherent cell lines, as well as primary cells. Over 550 publications using jetPEI® can be found in the Polyplus-transfection Database. In addition, our online Database gives specific transfection conditions for over 400 cell lines and primary cells.
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