nanoTherics develops and commercialises innovative magnetic nanoparticle-based products for the life-science sector.
Our unique scientific devices and reagents improve the uptake of biomaterials into cells, a process called transfection, to greatly facilitate research and development of gene-related diseases and disorders.
- Excellent cell viability: Less precious cells needed which stay healthy, with good morphology, for post-transfection experiments
- Improved transfection efficiency: Ability to transfect difficult cells (e.g. neuronal cells, stem cells, primary cells)
- Flexibility to change frequency and displacement of magnet array oscillation: Provides high level of cell specific optimisation to refine transfection levels for desired post-transfection application including microscopy to western blotting
- Low running costs: No additional/hidden costs
- Rapid, scalable transfection: Fast transfection in up to 2 x 96 well plates
- Ability to co-transfect, re-transfect and transfect large plasmids (proven up to 18kb): High level of flexibility
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The magnefect series of magnet-based transfection devices and magnetic nanoparticles significantly enhance transfection efficiency and cell viability via the unique magnet assisted transfection technology.
The magnetherm, an off-the-shelf, flexible, robust solution for testing magnetic nanoparticle heating capacities in hyperthermia applications. With a wide frequency range of 100kHz to 1000kHz it provides user flexibility within one system.
Frequently asked questions
How does the magnet-assisted transfection technology from nanoTherics work?
The nanoTherics technology is easy-to-use, fast, simple and highly efficient and uses magnetic forces acting on magnetic nanoparticles to promote uptake of plasmid DNA, siRNA and other biomolecules into the...
- Reagents for biomagnetic separation
- Application data on co-transfection using the magnefect
- Application data on transfection of large plasmids using the magnefect
- Lipid based transfection reagents
- Calcium phosphate transfection kit
- Protein assay kit
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