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Methods for transfecting cells with nucleic acids of animal viruses
George R. Dubes
Bibliography: p. 77-82.
|Statement||By George R. Dubes.|
|LC Classifications||QR360 .D8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||71166160|
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Transfection Explained. Transfection is the process of deliberately introducing naked or purified nucleic acids into eukaryotic cells. It may also refer to other methods and cell types, although other terms are often preferred: "transformation" is typically used to describe non-viral DNA transfer in bacteria and non-animal eukaryotic cells, including plant cells. Mechanical transfection is the physical movement of proteins or nucleic acids into the cell, via electrical current. Other methods exist, such as viral delivery of DNA into cells (termed transduction). A similar process to transduction of delivering plasmid DNA into bacteria or non-animal eukaryotic cells is called transformation.
mouse embryo, these cells are highly contact inhibited, and are sensitive to sarcoma virus focus formation and leukemia virus propagation. Introduction of exogenous nucleic acids into NIH-3T3 cells and evaluation the subsequent physiological effect are critical elements of many studies. High delivery efficiency with the leastFile Size: KB. Currently, the term transfection applies to the introduction of any naked nucleic acid molecule, not just DNA, into cultured eukaryotic cells. optimizing transfection Performance – General suggestions for all reagents, cells and nucleic acids 1. ratio of transfection reagent to nucleic acid.
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Methods for Transfecting Cells with Nucleic Acids of Animal Viruses: a Review. Authors (view affiliations) Methods for Transfecting Cells with Nucleic Acids of Animal Viruses.
George R. Dubes. Pages Comparisons with Methods for Transfection with Nucleic Acids from Plant Viruses and Bacteriophages. George R. Dubes. Cite this chapter as: Dubes G.R. () Methods for Transfecting Cells with Nucleic Acids of Animal Viruses. In: Methods for Transfecting Cells with Nucleic Acids of Animal Viruses: a Author: George R.
Dubes. Add tags for "Methods for transfecting cells with nucleic acids of animal viruses: a review.". Be the first. These methods have advanced to make it possible to deliver nucleic acids to specific subcellular regions of cells by use of a precisely controlled laser-microcope system.
The combination of point-directed transfection and mRNA transfection is a new way of studying the function of genes and gene by: The efficacy of transfecting cells with exogenous RNA (or other nucleic acids) encoding any protein of interest is increased by the compositions and methods described herein.
The following examples describe some exemplary modes of making and using the media certain compositions that are described herein. Broadly defined, transfection is the process of artificially introducing nucleic acids (DNA or RNA) into cells, utilizing means other than viral infection. Such introductions of foreign nucleic acid using various chemical, biological, or physical methods can result in a change of the properties of the cell, allowing the study of gene function and protein expression in the context of the cell.
Transfection, the delivery of nucleic acids into mammalian cells through nonviral methods, has origins as far back as the ultimate goal of transfection is to deliver nucleic acids into cells so as to investigate gene function. This goal can be accomplished by expression of exogenous genes or by knockdown of endogenous genes.
The efficient delivery of foreign nucleic acids (transfection) into cells is a critical tool for fundamental biomedical research and a pillar of several biotechnology industries. There are currently three main strategies for transfection including reagent, instrument, and viral based methods.
Each technology has significantly advanced cell transfection; however, reagent Cited by: 7. Deliver nucleic acids to cells in a culture dish with high efficiency Easy to use, minimal steps required; adaptable to high-throughput systems Using a highly active lipid will reduce the cost of lipid and nucleic acid, and achieve effective results.
The present invention provides compositions and methods for transfecting eukaryotic cells which comprises a nucleic acid, a cationic lipid capable of forming a complex with said nucleic acid, and a viral agent which is an active or inactive enveloped virus or a component of an enveloped virus.
Methods that make use of genetically engineered viruses 2. Chemical methods or methods that rely on carrier molecules 3. Physical methods or methods that deliver nucleic acids directly to the cytoplasm Not all transfection methods can be applied to all types of cells or experiments, and there is wide variation with respect to the achieved.
Transfection Methods and Techniques. Transfection is a common laboratory cell culture technique used in many research areas, drug discovery, and development. In vitro transfection refers to the delivery of cargo molecules (such as nucleic acids – DNA or. Transfection is the process of introducing nucleic acids into eukaryotic cells, either chemically or mechanically.
There are several categories of transfection techniques – some methods use chemicals to transfect cells, while others are based on mechanical principles. Transfection is the introduction of DNA, RNA, or proteins into eukaryotic cells and is used in research to study and modulate gene expression.
Thus, transfection techniques and protocols serve as an analytical tool that facilitates the characterization of genetic functions, protein synthesis, cell growth and development.
Electroporation is a highly efficient technique for delivering exogenous nucleic acids to suspension cells and non-adherent primary cells (like lymphocytes). This technique uses electricity to create transient pores (electropores) in the cellular membrane to enable the uptake of charged nucleic acid molecules (RNA or DNA) into the target : Yevgeniy Grigoryev.
Stable transfection introduces DNA into cells long-term and pass the introduced DNA to their progeny. Calcium Phosphate Transfection. Reagents to enable the introduction of DNA into eukaryotic cells via calcium phosphate co-precipitation.
CRISPR transfection. We have optimized protocols to achieve high cleavage efficiency and ease of delivery. Author(s): Dubes,George R Title(s): Methods for transfecting cells with nucleic acids of animal viruses; a review.
Country of Publication: Switzerland Publisher: Basel, Birkhäuser, The introduction of nucleic acids into cells is one of the most valuable and frequently used tools of biological science.
Transfection methods are used for a range of applications, including gene function studies, modulation of gene expression, biochemical mapping, mutational analysis and production of recombinant proteins.
TheFile Size: KB. Delivering nucleic acids into cells via transfection is a mainstay of cell and molecular biology and is being developed into therapeutic tools to combat numerous diseases. Any researchers who transfect cells must optimize conditions to find the right balance between the sometimes lethal effects of transfecting and a level of transfection efficiency that is workable.
Purified nucleic acids can be introduced into cells as calcium phosphate coprecipitates (Graham and Van der Eb, ) or polycation complexes (McCutchen and Pagano, ), which may be. The ability to introduce synthetic nucleic acids (recombinant DNA, RNA and oli- gonucleotides) into neuronal cells and thus manipulate gene expression.
These cells are maintained by continuous stirring with a magnet and can be grown in large numbers in a relatively small volume.
(a culture in which cells multiply while suspended in a suitable medium.) Animal viruses may be grown in Continuous cell culture. Cell lines may be maintained indefinitely. Figure Summary. Transfection is the process of inserting genetic material, such as DNA and double stranded RNA, into mammalian cells.
The insertion of DNA into a cell enables the expression, or production, of proteins using the cells own machinery, whereas insertion of RNA into a cell is used to down-regulate the production of a specific protein by stopping translation.