PolyJet Transfection Reagent worked equally as well as lipofectamine 2000, with little evidence of cell death on 293, PC-3 and 22RV1 cells. I will defiantly consider switching over.
-----Tiffany Wallace, Ph.D., June 9, 2009, NCI / NIH
I only did side by side with the testing sample (PolyJet) and Lipo2000 with GFP transfection on COS-7 cells. The result was very good. PolyJet was even better than L2K.
------Feng Qiao, Ph.D., Jun 12, 2009, NEI / NIH
I tested the sample of PolyJet on my NIH-3T3 mouse fibroblasts this weekend. The results were much better than Lipofecatmine LTX. I'm attaching a powerpoint slide with my results (I did not quantify the % transfection efficiency, but the pictures get the point across). I found that the protocol for difficult-to-transfect cell lines worked better than the standard protocol.
-----Stephanie Murphy, Ph.D., June 29, 2009, Dartmouth College
I had chance to try your product finally. It was great success. I used HeLa cells and got 10% transfection efficiency (<0.1% for Lipofectamine). Thank you! I was wondering if I also try GenJet™ Plus DNA In Vitro Transfection Reagent? According to your website, the reagent works better than regular PolyJet.
-------Yumi Uetake, Ph.D., August11, 2009, UMASS
I tested PolyJet and it looks great on MDCK. We placed order. Thank you!
-------Ge Zhou, Ph.D., August 12, 2009, NYU
We are happy to provide feedback. PolyJet worked very well for us in HepG2 cells, we got approximately 80% efficiency with pMAX GFP plasmid, by following the conditions in your suggested protocol. We ran a comparison with Lipofectamine, which only showed approximately 20-30% transfection efficiency. We are planning experiments and will be ordering more soon.
-------Emily Mcallister, September 3rd, 2009, PBRC