Electroporation: a general phenomenon for manipulating cells and tissues.

  • J. C. Weaver
  • Published 1993 in Journal of cellular biochemistry


Electroporation is a fascinating cell membrane phenomenon with several existing biological applications and others likely. Although DNA introduction is the most common use, electroporation of isolated cells has also been used for: (1) introduction of enzymes, antibodies, and other biochemical reagents for intracellular assays; (2) selective biochemical… (More)


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