Transduction is mediated by a baculovirus that is non-replicating in mammalian cells and safe to handle, but still provides robust gene delivery. The Invitrogen BacMam reagents are stringently developed, manufactured and quality controlled: they are ready for immediate use—no need to purify plasmids or worry about vector integrity and quality. No lipids, dye-loading chemicals or other potentially harmful treatments are required.
|CellLights® Reagents ||Ready-to-use fluorescent protein constructs fused with signal peptides for accurate and specific targeting to cellular structures for studying dynamic changes, colocalization and signaling events in living cells|
|Premo™ FUCCI Cell Cycle Sensor||The fluorescence ubiquitination cell cycle indicator (FUCCI), is a genetically encoded, two-color (red and green), indicator has been incorporated into the BacMam gene delivery system, creating a simple and efficient method for labeling cells and following their division|
|Premo™ Cameleon||Accurately detect intracellular calcium flux with our no-wash, non-organic dye indicator|
|Premo™ Halide||Measure chloride channel activity with our fluorescent protein based biosensor|
|Ion Channels||BacMam-mediated delivery of more than 10 Na+ and K+ ion channels including hERG|
|BacMam-enabled Cellular Assays||BacMam-enabled Cellular Assays are an efficient, easy-to-optimize, and robust method for interrogating specific signal transduction events in a cell background of choice|
|Kinase Bacmam Reagents||Conduct LRRK2 cellular assays in your cell background of choice with the use of BacMam LRRK2 reagents|
Figure 1. BacMam workflow. Just add the BacMam reagent to your cells for two to four hours, treat with an enhancer (for certain cell types), wash, incubate overnight and perform the assay.
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