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Transfection

Reagents

Ground-breaking Transfection Technology

Gene Transfection Kits for Primary Cells
• Up to 95% cell transfection efficiency
• No observed toxicity
• Same reagents in vitro and in vivo
• Easy to use with NanoAssemblr™ technology
• Non-viral transfection

Cell Types:
• Primary Neurons, Astrocytes, and mixed cultures
• iPS derived cells
• Hepatocytes

Nucleic Acids:
• Short interfering RNA (siRNA)
• Messenger RNA (mRNA)
• Plasmid DNA (pDNA)

Transfection Kits
Adapted from RNAi therapeutic technology currently in clinical trials, Precision NanoSystems’ non-viral gene transfection kits perform exceptionally well in cell types that are challenging to transfect with other methods (eg. transfection of primary cells). This technology encapsulates nucleic acids in lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) that mimic low-density lipoproteins (LDLs). LNPs take advantage of an endogenous pathway ubiquitous among mammalian cells to achieve high transfection efficiency (typically >90%) with no observable toxicity. Kits for use with different cell types and nucleic acid payloads including siRNA, messenger RNA (mRNA), and plasmid DNA (pDNA) are available. The kits are designed for use with NanoAssemblr™ systems established in the drug formulation and nanoparticle manufacturing field for ensuring high-quality reproducible results are achieved rapidly with minimal training.
Gene Transfection Kit: Primary Cell


Above Left: Primary rat neurons expressing GFP 48h after cell transfection with Neuro9-mRNA. Above Right: Primary rat neurons expressing GFP 48h following transfection with Neuro9-pDNA. Bottom: Rendition of the endogenous uptake pathway used by Precision NanoSystems’ transfection reagents to deliver nucleic acids in a non-toxic way.


Simple workflow for Spark Transfection Kit
Spark Transfection Kit Workflow

Simple workflow for NanoAssemblr® Benchtop Transfection Kit
Benchtop Transfection Kit Workflow

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Publication - Abstract

July 01, 2020

Journal of Controlled Release

Delivery of Self-amplifying mRNA Vaccines by Cationic Lipid Nanoparticles: The Impact of Cationic Lipid Selection

G. Lou, G. Anderluzzi, S.T. Schmidt, S. Woods, S. Gallorini, M. Brazzoli, F. Giusti, I. Ferlenghi, R. Johnson, C.W. Rob...

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Publication - Abstract

May 08, 2020

Vaccines

Investigating the Impact of Delivery System Design on the Efficacy of Self-Amplifying RNA Vaccines

G. Anderluzzi, G. Lou, S. Gallorini, M. Brazzoli, R. Johnson, D.T. O'Hagan, B.C. Baudner and Y. Perrie

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Publication - Abstract

April 02, 2020

Journal of Controlled Release

Design of a Novel Vaccine Nanotechnology-based Delivery System Comprising CpGODN-protein Conjugate Anchored to Liposomes

D. Chatzikleanthous, S.T. Schmidt, G. Buffi, I. Paciello, R. Cunliffe, F. Carboni, M.R. Romano, D.T. O'Hagan, U. D'Oro, ...

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Publication - Abstract

December 31, 2019

Vaccines

Investigating Prime-Pull Vaccination through a Combination of Parenteral Vaccination and Intranasal Boosting

C.B. Roces, M.T. Hussain, S.T. Schmidt, D. Christensen and Y. Perrie

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Publication - Abstract

May 31, 2019

Vaccine

mRNA Vaccines Against H10N8 and H7N9 Influenza Viruses of Pandemic Potential Are Immunogenic and Well Tolerated in Healthy Adults ...

R.A. Feldman, R. Fuhr, I. Smolenov, A. Ribeiro, L. Panther, M. Watson, J.J. Senn, M. Smith, Ö. Almarsson, H.S. Pujar, M....

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Publication - Summary

May 18, 2019

Annals of Hematology

Lipid Nanoparticle-mediated siRNA Delivery for Safe Targeting of Human CML In Vivo

N. Jyotsana, A. Sharma, A. Chaturvedi, M. Heuser et al.

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