Active Motif's Chariot reagent enables rapid protein transduction
To help solve these problems, Active Motif of Carlsbad, Calif., has introduced the Chariot transfection reagent, which is capable of introducing molecules such as peptides, antibodies, and small and large proteins into mammalian cells. The reagent forms noncovalent complexes with the proteins, peptides, or antibodies to be delivered, generating a cage around the macromolecule that protects...
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