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Best practices in transfection: Impacts on gene editing, virus production, and more – Now Complimentary on Demand

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In case you missed our live, online educational seminar, “Best practices in transfection: Impacts on gene editing, virus production, and more” we wanted to let you know that it is available in our complimentary on-demand archive.

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About This Webinar

Transfection of cells in culture is a key technique in the molecular and cell biology toolbox. Toxicity and efficiency are the factors that have the biggest impact on the success of transfection experiments and can significantly affect important downstream applications. In this webinar, we discuss the key steps and protocol considerations for performing high-quality transfections on a consistent basis, taking into consideration variables such as cell type, culture conditions, reagent concentrations, and other critical parameters. Drawing attention to these factors will ultimately lead to better downstream results for gene expression and other emerging applications, such as CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing, virus production, and cell-line development for biotherapeutic protein production.

During the webinar, the speakers will:

• Introduce the most critical factors to consider in any transfection experiment
• Discuss optimization procedures for a range of transfection applications, including recombinant protein production, CRISPR-based gene editing, and virus production
• Highlight current trends and new applications in transfection.


Patrick Sinn, Ph.D.
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA

Le Cong, Ph.D.
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Cambridge, MA

Ally Hauser, M.S., and Katie Rogers, B.S.
Madison, WI

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Produced by the Science/AAAS Custom Publishing Office and sponsored by Mirus Bio.

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