New non-viral method for gene transfer into primary cells.


The availability of genetically altered cells is an essential prerequisite for many scientific and therapeutic applications including functional genomics, drug development, and gene therapy. Unfortunately, the efficient gene transfer into primary cells is still problematic. In contrast to transfections of most cell lines, which can be successfully performed… (More)


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@article{Gresch2004NewNM, title={New non-viral method for gene transfer into primary cells.}, author={Oliver Gresch and Felix B. Engel and Dobrila Nesic and Thi Thai Tran and Hazel England and Emma S. Hickman and Ida J. K{\"o}rner and Li Gan and Sylvia Xiaohua Chen and Susana Castro-Obreg{\'o}n and Rainer Hammermann and J{\"u}rgen Wolf and Herbert A Mueller-Hartmann and Michael Nix and Gregor Siebenkotten and Guenter Kraus and Klaus Lun}, journal={Methods}, year={2004}, volume={33 2}, pages={151-63} }