PEI

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PEIPrince Edward Island (Canada)
PEIPetroleum Equipment Institute (Tulsa, OK, USA)
PEIProyecto Educativo Institucional (Spanish: Institutional Education Project; Colombia)
PEIPolyethylenimine
PEIPorcelain Enamel Institute
PEIPercutaneous Ethanol Injection
PEIPolyether Imide (thermoplastic)
PEIPaul-Ehrlich Institute (Germany)
PEIPhoto Electronic Imaging (magazine)
PEIProfessional Education Institute
PEIProfessional Engineers in Industry (division of NSPE)
PEIPlant Equipment, Inc.
PEIPhotofabrication Engineering, Inc (Milford, MA)
PEIPereira, Colombia - Matecana (Airport Code)
PEIPrincipal End Item
PEIPhysical External Interface
PEIProyecto Educativo Integral (Spanish; Guatemala)
PEIPulmonary Interstitial Emphysema
PEIPrimary Energy Intensity
PEIPhotoelectric Injector
PEIPerformance Effectiveness Index
PEIProfile for Enterprise Integration
PEIPreliminary Equipment Index
PEIPositive Enemy Indication
PEIProfessional Engineering Institution (UK)
PEIPlan Estrategico Institucional (Spanish: Institutional Strategic Plan; Peru)
PEIPerry Ellis International (Miami, FL)
PEIPrivate Equity Intelligence (now Preqin)
PEIPoeticExperiences, Inc.
PEIPrevention and Early Intervention (various locations)
PEIPacific Ethanol, Inc. (Sacramento, CA)
PEIPrivate Educational Institution (classification)
PEIPatient Education Institute (healthcare software)
PEIPack Expo International (Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute)
PEIPlayboy Enterprises International (Chicago, IL)
PEIPrivate Equity International (various locations)
PEIPhysical Education Index (resource; Cambridge Scientific Abstracts)
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The defacto industry standard protocol for efficient and cost effective protein production is a combination of modified HEK-293 and CHO cells transfected with a DNA/linear polyethylenimine (PEI) complex.
Organic absorbents used included Merrifield's peptide resin, acrylamide, polyacrylamide, vinylamine-vinylformamide and polyethylenimine.
It was reported that when cationic groups like polyethylenimine or the surfactant cetyl trimethyl-ammonium bromide was adsorbed or coated on the polymeric microparticles, better transfection efficiency was obtained in vitro (12).
polydiallyldimethylammonium chloride (pDADMAC), polyethylenimine (PEI) and polyaluminium chloride (PAC) (Swerin and Wagberg, 1994; Alince and van de Ven, 1993a, b; Pelach et al.
A variety of delivery formulation approaches are being pursued including lipid/liposomal-siRNA complexes, peptide-siRNA complexes and conjugates, and the use of other cationic polymers such as cydodextrins, chitosans, polyethylenimine derivatives and novel lipid/peptide combinations.
They proved that paint adhesion can be improved by the addition of polyethylenimine (PEI) or PEI/glutaraldehyde (glut) adhesion, which promotes graft chemicals after the surface of the polymer has been oxidised by flame treatment.
Surfactants offered: anionics, amphoterics, nonionics, polyalkylene glycols, glycerol esters, PEG esters, sorbitan fatty acid esters, ethoxylated sorbitan fatty acid esters, polyproylene glycols, polycarboxyalte polymers, polyethylenimine, polyethyelene waxes, montanic acids, chelating agents and biocides
The copper amine solutions, including copper monoethanolamine (Cu-MH), copper ethylenediamine (Cu-en), copper aminoethylethanolamine (Cu-AEEA), and copper polyethylenimine (mixed with 20% of monoethanolamine) (Cu-Polyim), were supplied by Dr.
The poster presentation, entitled Preclinical development of SNS01-T: A polyethylenimine nanoparticle with significant anti-tumoral activity in murine models of multiple myeloma, will describe the properties of the SNS01-T nanoparticle and be delivered by Catherine Taylor, a biology research associate at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada.
After 24 h, plasmids were transiently transfected with estrogen-responsive element (ERE)-luciferase reporter plasmids or thyroid-responsive element (TRE)-luciferase reporter plasmids into the cell by using the polyethylenimine (PEI; Polysciences) method.
Gene transfer to tubules with cationic polymer polyethylenimine 146
STRASBOURG, France, May 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Polyplus-transfection SA, a privately-held company developing innovative technologies for molecular and cellular biology, announced today that ExcellGene SA, a privately held company providing rapid and low-cost solutions for protein manufacturing and process development based on mammalian cells to the Pharma/Biotech industry, has signed an extended supply agreement for Polyplus-transfection polyethylenimine (PEI) based transfection reagents.