Choose the cargo you want to deliver, the cell type, and whether they are suspended or adherent.
Then a comparison of the options will pop up!
We help users cut through the confusion and provide unbiased answers on which method is best for them.
See our Chemical Reviews paper, 2018, for comprehensive analysis of the different options available for intracellular delivery.
Intracellular Delivery facility coming soon to the school of Life Sciences at UTS.
Collaborate with us on your intracellular delivery needs!