What transfection efficiency can I expect with cardiomyocytes?
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Generally, iCell® Cardiomyocytes can be transfected easily and at high efficiency with a variety of commercially available reagents. Unfortunately, we cannot provide specific efficiencies because they depend on the cells as well as the transfection reagent, its ratio to DNA, and the protocol used.
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