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Ask the Expert – Improve lentiviral production using Lipofectamine 3000 reagent
LentiVirus is extremely versatile and efficient transfection method to work in more biologically relevant cells. However, they can be difficult to produce. Invitrogen™ Lipofectamine™ 3000 Transfection Reagent can help improve lentivirus production.
In addition to being a top performing reagent for difficult cell types, Invitrogen™ Lipofectamine™ 3000 Transfection Reagent is a highly efficient, cost-effective tool for lentiviral production. This versatile reagent enables high viral titers even with genes that are large or difficult to package.
During this Ask the Experts session, we will be discussion the challenges associated with lentivirus production, how Lipofecatmine 3000 can help as well as insider tips on how to improve lentivirus production.
Please take this opportunity to ask our expert your questions about improving lentivirus production.
Questions may include topics like:
- Achieving higher titers
- Working with larger gene sizes
- Saving time and using a simpler protocol
This Ask the Expert session is sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific and hosted by Xin Yu. Xin is an R&D scientist with more than 10 years of experience working on in vitro transfection . She was one of members who developed Lipofectamine® RNAiMax, LTX and 3000 reagents. She was the key person in conducting the App Note – LentiVirus Production by using Lipofectamine® 3000.