Beta gal mRNA (N1-Me-Pseudo UTP) enables the expression of beta-galactosidase (β-gal) in
cells after transfection. β-galactosidase is the protein product of the LacZ gene from Lactobacillus, capable of catalyzing the conversion of β-galactoside into monosaccharides. In molecular biology, β-gal is commonly used as a marker gene to assess transfection efficiency. This product can serve as a positive control for mRNA transfection, and further be used for screening and validation of delivery formulations or expression systems.
mRNA integrity/purity analysis by capillary electrophoresis (CE)
High capping efficiency
mRNA 5’ capping efficiency analysis by LC/MS
mRNA Cell-free Translation
mRNA cell-free translation results by SDS-page
mRNA expression in HeLa Cell
ortho-Nitrophenyl-β-galactoside (ONPG) signal indicates beta gal expression in HeLa cell at 24h after cell transfection
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