Pro-DeliverIN - Protein Delivery System - Product Review 25

Transport your proteins inside living cells in 3 steps

Main Features:

  • Efficient protein delivery in numerous cells including primary cells
  • Delivered proteins are functional
  • Serum compatible
  • Suitable for a variety of proteins
  • Biodegradable - high cell viability
  • Ready-to-use, straightforward and rapid
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Pro-DeliverIN™ is an innovative reagent allowing intracellular delivery of biologically active proteins. This lipid-based formulation is the first serum compatible reagent to deliver functional proteins into living cells.

 

Due to its specific properties, Pro-DeliverIN™ is able to capture proteins through electrostatic and hydrophobic interactions. Consequently, there are no needs of covalent linking (chemical or genetic).

 

Pro-DeliverIN™ allows studying specific protein function, protein localization, enlightening new molecular mechanisms…

 

Delivery of functionally active protein

Pro-DeliverIN™ permits the delivery of a functional protein, making possible the study of complex molecular mechanisms such as apoptosis, cell division …

 

Proteins are efficiently delivered in the cytoplasm of a large number of living cells. For example, several different proteins such as Phycoerythrin (a very large bacterial fluorescent protein), Serum Albumin, ß-Galactosidase, Caspase, can be transported inside cells.

 

 

R-Phycoerythrin Delivery
in BEAS-2B
BSA Delivery
in BHK 21
beta-galactosidase Delivery
in HeLa
Pro-DeliverIN R-Phycoerythrin Pro-DeliverIN BSA Pro-DeliverIN beta-galactosidase

 

Easy to use: simple and rapid

Pro-DeliverIN™ is a rapid and easy method to study protein function. Indeed, Pro-DeliverIN™ is a ready to use reagent, and protein delivery is achieved in a 3-steps process:

 

1- Mix Pro-DeliverIN™ and proteins
2- Incubate 10 min at room temperature
3- Add onto cells and incubate under standard conditions

 

Learn more about Pro-DeliverIN™:

Results          Manual          List of Cells
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