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)
References in periodicals archive ?
We used the non-modified polyethylenimine (PEI) reagent which is a cheap and effective transfection reagent to optimize transfection protocols for HepG2 cell-lines, and transiently transfected a number of cell-lines up to 70-80%.
An efficient and low toxic human serum albumin conjugated polyethylenimine nano-sized complex for gene delivery.
Polyethylenimine (PEI, average Mn 400) and hh-carbonyldiimidazole (CDI), analytical grade, were purchased from Tokyo Chemical Industry Co.
Keywords: Chinese hamster ovary cells, Peptones, Polyethylenimine, Protein production, Transient gene expression
The scientists usually use branched polyethylenimine as the positively charged polymer and poly(acrylic acid) as the negatively charged polymer.
Liposome was modified with cetylated polyethylenimine (PEI) to be a non-viral gene transfer system.
Polyethylenimine improves the transfection efficiency of primary cultures of post-mitotic rat fetal hypothalamic neurons.
Beyth, N, Farber, IY, Bahir, R, Domb, AJ, Weiss, EI, "Antibacterial Activity of Dental Composites Containing Quaternary Ammonium Polyethylenimine Nanoparticles Against Streptococcus mutans.
Experts from all over the world present the latest research in the field regarding topics such as multifunctional delivery vehicles for biomedical applications, the use of polyethylenimine in medicinal chemistry and progress in the discovery of SERCA inhibitors.
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).