NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cell Projects has signed a licensing and joint development agreement with Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada, to develop new electroporation technologies for adherent and in situ cell electroporation.
 
According to a statement released yesterday by Maidstone, UK-based Cell Projects, the new technology allows DNA, peptides, siRNA, and other molecules to be transported into cultured, adherent cells while the cells are still attached to their growing surface.
 

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