4D-NucleofectorTM LV Unit
For closed, scalable large-scale transfection of up to 1x109 cells
Large-Scale Transfection Using the 4D-NucleofectorTM LV Unit - Experience the new functional unit for the 4D-NucleofectorTM System which expands our proven system to larger-scale transfection. The LV Unit allows for closed, scalable transfection of larger cell numbers in the range of 1x107 to 1x109 cells. Transfection protocols can be established in smaller scale using the X Unit and subsequently transferred to the LV Unit without the need for re-optimization. Transferability has been tested for various cell types, including human T cells, CHO-S, HEK293-S, or K-562.
There are cell type-specific Optimized Protocols or recommendations available in our knowledge database. In these Optimized Protocols the best Nucleofection conditions are indicated. In addition, we share our experience and knowledge for treatment of individual cell types.
Dimensions: (w x h x d): 24.5×20.7×28 cm / 9.7×4.1×11.0
Weight: 5.7 kg (12.5 lb)
Power: 100 - 240 VAC
Frequency: 50 - 60 Hz
Consumption: 0 VA (power off) / 20 VA (idle) / 140 VA (busy - during transfection)
Fuse: T 2.5A, L250V
Operating temperature: +15°C up to +40°C (59°F - 104°F)
Environnement non condensing Voltage limitation: 1500 V
Current limitation: 100 A
Quality statement: We are applying ISO9001:2015 standards for the design, manufacturing and testing of NucleofectorTM Devices, Solutions and Consumables since 2004.
- Closed system: Sterile Nucleofection of up to 109 cells
- Real scalability: Optimization in small scale
- Established protocols: Benefit from 700+ optimized cell types
- Simple handling: Minimal training needs
- 4D-NucleofectorTM LogWare: Optional operation via 21CFR part11 compliant software
- Ex-vivo modification of human primary cells for cell therapy applications (e.g. genome editing, generation of CAR-T cells)
- Transient production of potential therapeutic proteins or antibodies for construct screening
- Generation of large numbers of transiently modified primary cells for cell-based assays
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