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Transfection reagent for protein expression

ScreenFect™UP-293

ScreenFect™UP-293 is a transfection reagent kit which is highly efficient for production of antibodies and proteins in Expi293F™ or FreeStyle™ 293-F cells. ScreenFect™ UP-293 Booster, which is added to transfected cells, enhances remarkably protein expression level in cells.


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Comparison of luciferase expression level in Expi293F™ Cells

This figure compares transfection reagent performance in Expi293F™ cells. Cells were transfected with a secreted Luc expression vector using commercially available transfection reagents and cultured in 30 mL of Expi293™ Expression Medium. 96 hours after transfection, cell supernatants were measured for emission intensity by Luciferase assay.

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ScreenFect™UP-293 achieves the highest luciferase expression level in comparison to other commercially available transfection reagents.

Expi293™, Freestyle™, Expi293F™ are registered trademarks of Thermo Fisher Scientific.


High production yield for IgG in Expi293F™ Cells

Heavy and light chains expression vectors were transfected using commercially available transfection reagent in Expi293F™ Cells. The Expi293F™ Cells were cultured in 30 mL of Expi293™ Expression Medium. 120 hours after transfection, supernatants were collected and electrophoresed. IgG was measured by CBB staining.

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ScreenFect™UP-293 has the same capabilities at other company's product.

Comparison of luciferase expression level in FreeStyle™ 293-F Cells

This figure compares transfection reagent performance in FreeStyle™ 293-F Cells. Cells were transfected with a secreted Luc expression vector using commercially available transfection reagent and cultured in 30 mL of FreeStyle™ 293 Expression Medium. Emission intensity of cell supernatants was measured by Luciferase assay, 96 hours post-transfection.

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ScreenFect™UP-293 provides considerably higher expression level than Product C.

Expi293™, Freestyle™, Expi293F™ are registered trademarks of Thermo Fisher Scientific.


Transfection protocol for 30 ml culture volume

SFUP-293_icon_01 One day prior to transfection, prepare culture cells to be appropriate cell numbers for transfection using a 125mL or 250mL of Erlenmeyer shake flask . Note: Recommended seeding cell density is >0.8x106 viable cells/mL.
SFUP-293_icon_02 [Prepare cell suspension]
Just before transfection, prepare 28mL of cell suspension with the cell densities below in a 125 mL of Erlenmeyer shake flask.
●For Expi293F™ Cells
2.7x106 viable cells/mL medium (7.5x107 viable cells/28mL of medium)
●For FreeStyle™ 293-F Cells
1.1x106 viable cells/mL medium (3.0x107 viable cells/28mL of medium)
Note: cell viability must not be < 90 %.
SFUP-293_icon_03 Mix ScreenFect™UP-293 Transfection Reagent well with a vortex mixer.
SFUP-293_icon_04 [Prepare a diluted transfection reagent]
●For Expi293F™ Cells
Add 60µL of ScreenFect™UP-293 Transfection Reagent into 940µL of ScreenFect™UP-293 Dilution Buffer in a sterile microfuge tube and mix it using pipette strokes.
●For FreeStyle™ 293-F Cells
Add 30µL of ScreenFect™UP-293 Transfection Reagent into 970µL of Opti-MEM™ I Reduced Serum Medium in a sterile microfuge tube and mix it using pipette strokes.
SFUP-293_icon_05 [Prepare a diluted DNA solution]
●For Expi293F™ Cells
Add 30µg of plasmid DNA with a density of 1µg/µL into 970µL of ScreenFect™UP-293 Dilution Buffer in a sterile microfuge tube and mix it using pipette strokes.
●For FreeStyle™ 293-F Cells
Add 30µg of plasmid DNA with a density of 1µg/µL into 970µL of Opti-MEM™ I Reduced Serum Medium in a sterile microfuge tube and mix it using pipette strokes.
SFUP-293_icon_06 [Prepare a lipoplex solution]
Mix the diluted transfection reagent and the diluted DNA solution with rapid pipette strokes and spin down it. Incubate it for 5-20minutes at room temperature.
Note: Do not vortex the mixed solution.
SFUP-293_icon_07 Add the 2mL of the lipoplex solution into the cell suspension in the Erlenmeyer Shaker Flask with slowly swirling.
Note: The final volume should be approximately 30mL in the flask.
SFUP-293_icon_02 Incubate the cells at 37°C(8% CO2), rotating at 125rpm on an orbital shaker for 16hours.
SFUP-293_icon_08 Add 150µL of ScreenFect™UP-293 Booster to the cells.
SFUP-293_icon_02 Continue to incubate the cells at 37°C(8% CO2), rotating at 125rpm on an orbital shaker.
Collect cells or culture supernatants containing target proteins in 48-120 hours after transfection.
Note: The incubation period required for successful transfection depends on the target protein and cell viability.

Expi293F™, Freestyle™ and Opti-MEM™ are registered trademarks of Thermo Fisher Scientific.


Kit Contents

Components For 100mL For 1L
ScreenFect™UP-293 Transfection Reagent 200µL 2x1mL
ScreenFect™UP-293 Dilution Buffer* 6.7mL 67mL
ScreenFect™UP-293 Booster 500µL 5mL

*ScreenFect™UP-293 Dilution Buffer is not necessary for the use of FreeStyle™ 293 Expression System.

Materials required

Expression Systems Expi293™ Expression System FreeStyle™ 293 Expression System
Cells Expi293F™ Cells FreeStyle™ 293-F Cells
Medium Expi293F™ Expression Medium FreeStyle™ 293 Expression Medium
Buffer Not require Opti-MEM™ I Reduced Serum Medium

*Use ScreenFect™UP-293 Dilution Buffer provided with this kit.

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  • Store at room temperature if not specified.
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* The details given show the information available as of April 2019.

The reagent given is intended only for the purposes of testing and research and cannot be used as a “drug”, “food” or “household product”.
Suggested delivery prices show the “price of the product alone” not including consumption tax.
Suggested delivery prices are the prices at the time of preparation of this article.

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