Mouse Embryo – Eye
With respect to gene delivery into Mouse Embryo’s Eye (and Brain) one can use the tungsten needle type electrode. However, as the mouse embryo is very small it is often hard to inject DNA into embryo’s eye. Accordingly:
For gene delivery into Mouse Embryo – Retina we recommend:
- CUY675P3 and
For your information, some clients prefer to use the CUY650P7 electrode for gene delivery into mouse retina.
(Dr. Matsuda uses the CUY650P7 electrode in his articles contained in the ‘EP with Retina’ below).
For gene delivery into Mouse Embryo – Cornea we recommend:
- ‘Protocol for in vivo electroporation into mouse/rat retina‘
For your further information, note the article titled:
In this article and ‘Electroporation and RNA interference in the rodent retina in vivo and in vitro’ above genes are transfected into mouse and rat retina. We believe that the method outlined in these articles can be applied to Gene Therapy