Electroporation at UCSF

a process in which a significant increase in the electrical conductivity and permeability of the cell plasma membrane caused by an externally applied electrical field. It is usually used in molecular biology as a way of introducing some substance into a cell, such as loading it with a molecular probe, a drug that can change the cell's function, or a piece of coding DNA
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Embryonic stem cell electroporation
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HD330, Mission Bay

LCA Genome Analysis Center

Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, HD330, Mission Bay
Contact: Emanuela Zacco (415) 913-9676 emanuela.zacco@ucsf.edu

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