AACR annual meeting, Chicago (USA), April 14-18th, 2018

Meet our team at booth #231 during the annual American Association for Cancer Research meeting (AACR) in Chicago (USA), April 14-18th, 2018.

Reagents for cancer research

– GENE EXPRESSIONjetPRIME® is an efficient DNA transfection reagent that is gentle for cells and cost effective using low amounts of nucleic acids.

– GENOME EDITING: jetCRISPR™ is an innovative reagent especially designed to deliver RNP (Cas9 protein & gRNA). Reach the Highest INDEL percentage by using both jetCRISPR and SpCas9 Nuclease!

– RNA INTERFERENCEINTERFERin® is a siRNA/miRNA transfection reagent that provides a great silencing in a wide variety of cells using low siRNA concentration.

– HARD TO TRANSFECT CELLSjetMESSENGER®  is a mRNA transfection reagent that gives high transfection efficiency in all of usually difficult to transfect cells such as cancer cells. mRNA transfection is as easy as DNA transfection, with the advantage that mRNA does not need to reach the cell nucleus for expression and does not require cell division for efficient gene expression.

– IN VIVO EXPERIMENTSin vivo-jetPEI® is a transfection reagent especially designed for efficient delivery of any nucleic acids into animals.

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Our team

Meet Alengo Nyamay’Antu & David Tapper to discuss how to improve your transfection experiments for your cancer research. We will be happy to answer all your questions regarding transfection and to present you relevant products adapted to your research.

Alengo Nyamay'Antu

………………. David Tapper
Alengo Nyamay’Antu, PhD

Scientific & Technical Support Specialist

David Tapper, PhD

Regional Sales Specialist Mid-West

Meeting place

The convention will take place at McCormick Place North/South:
Chicago, IL 60616, USA

For more information, please have a look at the agenda and register now to meet the delivery experts.

Join us on social networks

We created a dedicated event on Facebook to allow you to discuss with other scientists about the AACR meeting or about your transfection experiments.

If you want to talk about this event (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc…), don’t forget to use the #AACR18 and follow the AACR news.