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CombiMag Transfection Reagent
CombiMag Transfection Reagent
CombiMag Transfection Reagent

CombiMag Transfection Reagent

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CombiMag Transfection Reagent is the only existing reagent based on the use of magnetic nanoparticles (Magnetofection™), for improving your transfection reagent efficiency. It has been designed to be employed in association with any commercial transfection reagent and can be used with all types of nucleic acids. It has been successfully tested on a broad range of primary cells, hard-to-transfect cells and cell lines. Its efficiency has been reported in many publications. CombiMag allows creating your own optimal delivery system with at least 30%  transfection efficiency enhancement. 

  • Ideal to enhance any transfection reagent efficiency without changing your protocol /cells
  • Perfect for primary cells and hard-to-transfect cells
  • Increase any transfection reagent efficiency
  • Non toxic
  • Compatible with and without serum
  • Simple, rapid and easy-to-use
  • For all types of nucleic acids


  • 100 µL (CM20100): 100 transfections with 1 µg of DNA
  • 200 µL (CM20200): 200 transfections with 1 µg of DNA
  • 1000 µL (CM21000): 1000 transfections with 1 µg of DNA

Storage: +4°C

Shipping conditions: Room temperature



  • Boost all commercial transfection reagents.
  • Ideal for mammalian cells: Cell lines, primary & hard to transfect cells.
  • Perfect for all transfections applications:
    • Transient or stable transfection
    • gene silencing
    • in presence or absence of serum
  • Suitable for all nucleic acids: DNA, oligonucleotides, mRNA, siRNA, shRNA...

RECOMMENDED FOR: enhancing any transfection reagent efficiency of primary and hard-to-transfect cells



Transfection results with CombiMag ReagentFigure 1:Transfection of various cell lines using a commercial transfection reagent alone or in combination with CombiMag.


Transfection results with CombiMag ReagentFigure 2: Luciferase expression in primary rabbit articular chondrocytes transfected with various commercial reagents without or with CombiMag. We are grateful to Dr. U. Schillinger (Technical University, Munich) for kindly providing these data.