DNA and siRNA transfection reagent
A New liposome developed by click chemistry!!
ScreenFect™A is a transfection reagent consisting of a new cationic liposome screened*1 by click chemistry. It can be used with various eukaryote-derived cells and can be added directly to mediums containing antibiotics or serum. DNA and siRNA can be transfected into general experimental cell strains (HeLa, HepG2, MDCK, Cos-7, etc.), stem cells (mouse ES cells, etc.), blood cells (macrophages, THP-1, RAW264, 7, etc.), microglia, primary (initial subculture) cells, and Insect cell. Medium replacement after transfection is not required due to low cytotoxicity. The constituent reagents do not contain any poisonous or deleterious substance.
*1 Biomaterials. 2012 Nov; 33(32):8160-6. 2012
- High transfection efficiency and low cytotoxicity
- Can be used for both DNA and siRNA
- No need to exchange medium and can be used in the presence of serum
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In comparison with competitor
GFP-expressing plasmid DNA was transfected into HEK293 cells using ScreenFect™A. The result demonstrated transfection efficiency is equal or superior to competitors. (96-well plate, GFP-expressing plasmid DNA 75 ng/well)
Transfection efficiency of liposome library
GFP-expressing plasmid DNA was transfected into HEK293T cells using a new cationic liposome library synthesized by click chemistry. As a results, a new liposome (ScreenFect™A) which can transfect plasmid DNA more efficient than company A was confirmed.
Outline of ScreenFect™A protocol
We will recommend you to examine several ratios and choose the best one.
|DNA transfection (/well)|
|Plate size||Surface area||Medium volume||Total volume SF-DNA complex||DNA / Dilution Buffer||ScreenFect™A / Dilution Buffer|
|96 wells||0.3cm2||100μl||10μl||~100ng / 5μl||~0.6μl / 5μl|
|24 wells||2cm2||500μl||50μl||~500ng / 25μl||~3μl / 25μl|
|12 wells||4cm2||1000μl||100μl||~1000ng / 50μl||~6μl / 50μl|
|6 wells||10cm2||2000μl||250μl||~2500ng / 125μl||~15μl / 125μl|
|siRNA transfection (/well)|
|Plate size||Surface area||Medium volume||Total volume SF-siRNA complex||siRNA / Dilution Buffer||ScreenFect™A / Dilution Buffer|
|96 wells||0.3cm2||100μl||10μl||~3pmol / 5μl||~0.45μl / 5μl|
|24 wells||2cm2||500μl||50μl||~20pmol / 25μl||~2μl / 25μl|
|12 wells||4cm2||1000μl||100μl||~40pmol / 50μl||~4μl / 50μl|
|6 wells||10cm2||2000μl||250μl||~90pmol / 125μl||~10μl / 125μl|
Please refer to the manual provided with the product for further information of usage.
If you need the protocol of optimization according to the type of cells, feel free to ask us.
GFP-expressing plasmid DNA was transfected into HEK293 cells using ScreenFect™A. The results demonstrated gene transfection efficiency is equal or superior to competitors. Cytotoxicity was also comparable to competitors. (96-well plate, GFP-expressing plasmid DNA 75 ng/well)
Gene transfection into mouse ES cells
GFP-expressing plasmid DNA was transfected into mouse ES cells using ScreenFect™A and GFP-positive cells were detected. As a result, about 60% or more of mouse ES cells were GFP-positive cells.
About DNA transfection
Also applicable to gene transfection into stem cells!
LRP6 siRNA was transfected into HEK293 cells using ScreenFect™A. It showed that a higher knockdown efficiency than the Company A and the Company B. (96-well plate, final concentration of 1 pmole LRP6 siRNA at 2 nM/well)
GAPDH siRNA was transfected into each cell line using ScreenFect™A. The results demonstrated that a higher knockdown efficiency than competitor. (96-well plate, final concentration of GAPDH siRNA at 3 nM/well)
applicable to siRNA transfection!!
List of cells transfected by ScreenFect™A or A plus
For further information, refer to the ScreenFect™ Databese.
Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd. is updating constantly the ScreenFect™ Databese. If you are not sure whether it is applicable to cells other than listed above, feel free to ask us.
ScreenFect™A product information
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|Code No.||Product name||ScreenFect™A Transfection Reagent||Dilution Bufferfor ScreenFect™A||Price (JPY)|
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