Curated Data based on Instance of Characterization
As Received
 
Nanomaterial State:
Not Reported
Manufacturer:
Invitrogen
Product Name:
Lipofectamine2000
  • Physico-Chemical Characteristics
  • biological interactions
  • Environmental interactions
Composition
graph
Overall nanomaterial
Molecular Identity:
liposome
Material Type:
Biological Type:

Other

In Vitro Study 1; Cell Proliferation; Variable Incubation Time

Test Subject
Test Subject 1:
Cell Culture Type: cultured cell line
Name: H9 - Single cell clone derived from a specific HUT 78 cell line, a human cutaneous T cell lymphoma
Test Subject 2:
Cell Culture Type: cultured cell line
Name: Magi-CCR5 - HeLa cells expressing an integrated copy of human CD4 and the HIV-1 long terminal repeat [LTR] fused to the beta-galactosidase reporter gene and engineered to express CCR-5
General Study Details
General:
Test Location: laboratory
Standard Protocol Used: proliferation assay
Assay Used:
Manufacturer: Promega Inc.
Assay Name: CellTiter-96 one-solution kit
Exposure Summary
General:
Method of Exposure: inoculation
Acute or Chronic Exposure: Acute exposure
Intended Dose: 1, 4 mg/L
Endpoint
Toxicity:
Cytotoxicity: Detected Quantitatively

In Vitro Study 2; Cell Proliferationl; 3 Day Incubation

Test Subject
Test Subject 1:
Cell Culture Type: cultured cell line
Name: H9 - Single cell clone derived from a specific HUT 78 cell line, a human cutaneous T cell lymphoma
Test Subject 2:
Cell Culture Type: cultured cell line
Name: Magi-CCR5 - HeLa cells expressing an integrated copy of human CD4 and the HIV-1 long terminal repeat [LTR] fused to the beta-galactosidase reporter gene and engineered to express CCR-5
General Study Details
General:
Test Location: laboratory
Standard Protocol Used: cell proliferation
Assay Used:
Manufacturer: Promega Inc.
Assay Name: CytoTox-96 kit
Exposure Summary
General:
Method of Exposure: inoculation
Acute or Chronic Exposure: Acute exposure
Intended Dose: 1, 4 mg/L
Duration of Exposure / Incubation Time: 3 days
Endpoint
Toxicity:
Cytotoxicity: Detected Quantitatively

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