Electroporators/Electrofusion

BTX has been in the forefront of electroporation technology since introducing the first commercial Electroporator in 1983. We have continued to design electroporation and electrofusion systems for virtually every application including the broadest selection of in vivo and in vivo accessories and electrodes.

ECM 399 EXPONENTIAL DECAY WAVE ELECTROPORATION SYSTEM

Economical electroporation system for gram negative bacteria and yeast applications

ECM 630 EXPONENTIAL DECAY WAVE ELECTROPORATION SYSTEM

Electroporation system primarily used for bacteria and yeast transformation. High throughput (25- and 96-well) models available.

ECM 830 SQUARE WAVE ELECTROPORATION SYSTEM

Versatile electroporation system suitable for applications for gene, drug and protein delivery including: mammalian cells, in vivo, ex vivo, in ovo tissue, ex plant, nuclear transfer and CRISPR.

ECM 2001 ELECTROFUSION & ELECTROPORATION SYSTEMS

System for hybridoma production, hybrid cell formation and nuclear transfer applications, as well as square wave electroporation for transfecting genes and other molecules into mammalian cell lines.

GEMINI TWIN WAVE ELECTROPORATORS IDEAL FOR CRISPR

Flexible systems allowing both square wave and exponential decay wave electroporation in a single unit. Ideal for all of your electroporation needs, including CRISPR, in vivo, in vitro, in ovo and more.

AGILEPULSE IN VIVO ELECTROPORATION SYSTEM (ID AND IM)

Advanced electroporation solution providing maximum efficiency DNA and RNA delivery to skin, muscle, and tumor tissues.

AGILEPULSE MAX LARGE VOLUME TRANSFECTION SYSTEM

Advanced electroporation solution for fast, efficient transfection of up to 10 mL of cell suspension

AGILEPULSE PLUS BIPOLAR TRANSFECTION SYSTEM

Easily perform advanced transfection protocols with multiple groups of pulses—each with separate parameters

HYBRIMUNE HYBRIDOMA PRODUCTION SYSTEM

Advanced electrofusion system for fast, efficient cell fusion in hybridoma production, hybrid cell formation or dendritic-tumor cell fusions

IN VIVO ELECTRODES
IN VITRO ELECTRODES
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