Technologies

Transfection Reagents

Traditionally, transfection has meant the introduction of foreign DNA by non-viral means into cultured eukaryotic cells. Currently, the term transfection applies to the introduction of any naked nucleic acid molecule, not just DNA, into cultured eukaryotic cells. At Mirus we develop and produce chemical transfection reagents that form transfection complexes with the nucleic acid and facilitate delivery into the cell. 

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Nucleic Acid Labeling

A wide variety of molecular and cellular biology procedures are dependent on a labeled or tagged nucleic acid whose behavior can be specifically studied via the attached label. Ideally, the label will have little to no influence on the behavior of the labeled nucleic acid. Mirus Bio optimized the Label IT® Technology for specialized applications including nucleic acid visualization both in vitro and in vivo.

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