Lentivirus Precipitation Solution

Catalog# Unit Unit Price (USD) Actions
VC100 100 mL $231 Add to Cart
VC125 250 mL $515 Add to Cart
VC150 500 mL $970 Add to Cart
  • Easy-to-use: simply mix
  • No ultracentrifugation required
  • Easily scale up for large volumes
  • Up to 100 fold concentration increase
  • Cost effective spin protocol for efficient viral concentration
  • Non-toxic: safe for all cell lines, including ES cells

Lentivirus Precipitation Solution is a mixture of polymers optimized for the precipitation of lentiviral particles. It provides a simple, fast and highly efficient method for concentrating lentiviral particles. The protocol involve mixing your lentiviral supernatant with the Lentivirus Precipitation Solution, incubate for a short period, and spin the mixture in a standard centrifuge. You'll increase your lentivirus titer by up to 100 fold as quick as in 4 hrs, and obtain excellent recoveries without ultracentrifugation. The Lentivirus Precipitation Solution is a 5x solution.

Product Name Lentivirus Precipitation Solution
Shipping Condition

Room Temperature - 2 Day Shipping

Storage and Stability

Store at 4 °C. This product is stable for 6 months when stored as directed.

Quality Control

Each lot of Lentivirus Precipitation Solution is tested for sterility and successful precipitation of Lentiviral particles.

Restricted Use

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.

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