Thermo Fisher Scientific introduces new electroporation system for more efficient cell transfection

April 25, 2023
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Thermo Fisher Scientific introduced the Invitrogen Neon NxT Electroporation System to enable researchers to transfect even the most challenging cell types with high efficiency, cell recovery and reproducibility.

Neon NxT electrodes are optimally spaced with minimal surface area to create a more uniform electric field and maintain physiological conditions during transfection. These benefits enable the desired modification to take place in more cells, with fewer cells being lost during the transfection process. The new system also features an improved feedback loop and ergonomic enhancements for ease of use. 

Using the same core technology as the Neon Transfection System, Neon NxT system helps researchers save time and samples compared to conventional electroporation. In both systems transfection takes place inside the pipette tip to help reduce steps, minimize cell mortality and mitigate the risk of sample contamination. 

Researchers can scale from initial research on the Neon NxT system to clinical cell therapy development and GMP-compliant cell therapy manufacturing when complemented with the recently introduced CTS Xenon Electroporation System without the need to re-optimize electroporation parameters.


  • Reliable performance and cell viability: Optimized electrode design and fewer pipetting steps can help increase transfection efficiency and improve cell viability.
  • Sample protection: Compact design that fits inside most biosafety cabinets and unique pipette tip to help minimize the risk of sample contamination.
  • Simplified workflow: Easy-to-follow, three-step workflow can help shorten the transfection process to 10-15 minutes and requires minimal training to enable improved consistency and reproducibility.
  • Flexible and customizable: The ability to modify parameters from pulse voltage to payload enables researchers to precisely control their experiments.
  • Digitally enabled: New Invitrogen TransfectionLab cloud-based app helps researchers plan experiments step-by-step to enable increased productivity and improve traceability.

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