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Introducing The Ingenio® EZporator® Electroporation System from The Experts in Transfection

Recognized as the leader in nucleic acid delivery technologies, Mirus Bio announces the first instrument added to their product portfolio, the Ingenio® EZporator® Electroporation System.

Mirus Bio

Recognized as the leader in nucleic acid delivery technologies, Mirus Bio announces the first instrument added to their product portfolio, the Ingenio® EZporator® Electroporation System. The new device is designed to be used with the Ingenio® Electroporation Solution, which is ideal for mammalian and insect cell transfection and has been part of Mirus Bio’s transfection solutions for a decade. 

With this new system, researchers can expect:

  • Performance: deliver any nucleic acid to hard-to-transfect, stem and primary cells
  • Simplicity: use a single, universal electroporation solution across all cell types
  • Flexibility: easily optimize electroporation parameters for each cell type

“It was a natural fit for Mirus to add the Ingenio® EZporator®,” said Josh Snow, Ph.D., Director of Business Development and Marketing Strategy. “Customers have been asking us for a complete system for hard-to-transfect cells. Our answer to this request is the EZporator®, an electroporator that is substantially more cost-effective than other products...

 “We believe the Ingenio® EZporator® Electroporation System will be the answer for many labs who are on a limited budget or just want to make their grant money go further,” added Snow. “Our customers also like the flexibility of the Ingenio® Electroporation Solution, which can be used on a wide array of electroporation devices and can be optimized for virtually any mammalian cell type.”

A purchase of a new EZporator® will also include a complimentary eight reaction (8 RXN) Ingenio® Electroporation Kit.

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