Chloroquine transfection calcium phosphate

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  1. Jenis XenForo Moderator

    Chloroquine transfection calcium phosphate


    If you use 6-well or 12-well plates, total volume of the medium should be 3ml and 1.5ml, respectively, and decrease the amount of each reagent accordingly.2. One hour prior to the transfection, change to medium containing 25M chloroquine (from x1000 stock in PBS, stored at -20C). (Chloroquine can be omitted, but increases efficiency about x2) to a final volume of 500 l.

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    Chloroquine phosphate tablets, Chloroquine phosphate, USP, is a 4-aminoquinoline compound for oral administration. It is a white, odorless, bitter tasting, crystalline substance, freely soluble inwater. Chloroquine phosphate tablets are an antimalarial and amebicidal drug. I have another question regarding calcium phosphate transfections. I am planning to do another this week, but I would like to compare standard CaPO4 transfection efficiencies w/those of modified techniques. I've read several articles suggesting a glycerol shock and/or adding chloroquine to the media. Transfection can be carried out using calcium phosphate i.e. tricalcium phosphate, by electroporation, by cell squeezing or by mixing a cationic lipid with the material to produce liposomes that fuse with the cell membrane and deposit their cargo inside. Transfection can result in unexpected morphologies and abnormalities in target cells.

    Add this mixture directly to the cells dropwise through the medium. As long as the cells are alive, they produce proteins. When you are ready, add 500 l of 2x HBS dropwise while gently mixing. Make sure you evenly sprinkle the droplet over the entire area.5. For secreted protein, you can change media once (at day 3 or 4, save the collected sup) and give it another 3-4 days of culture.

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    Chloroquine treatment of rodent cells during the first hours of polyoma DNA transfection increase the fraction of cells expressing viral functions. The effect has been observed after DNA absorption using both the DEAE-dextran and calcium phosphate coprecipitation methods. Chloroquine diphosphate CQ was ingeniously used to take place of phosphate salt in traditional calcium phosphate coprecipitation method for pDNA transfection. With multiple roles of CQ in the novel Ca-CQ-pDNA complex including pDNA compaction and assistance in lysosome escape, the transfection efficiency of the pDNA was significantly increased relative to the traditional method. CQ did not. Chloroquine is an inhibitor of the lysosomal degradation of the DNA which is taken up by the cells, so as leelee said, transfection should have been successful, albeit at a slightly lower level than if you would have added the chloroquine. In my normal transfections, I never add chloroquine and get high efficiencies nevertheless.

     
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