Microinjection, or injecting DNA solution through a micropipette into a cell, is a highly efficient delivery method. However, microinjection is limited to in vitro applications and injecting a single cell at a time, which can be time consuming [3,7,10]. Electroporation techniques use an electric field to increase permeability of the plasma membrane, allowing foreign particles to enter the cells through membrane openings. Although electroporation can be an efficient gene delivery method, the viability of electroporated cells can be limited [3,6,7,11,12]. Other studies have used chemicals to deliver foreign particles into cells [6,11,13,14,15]. Chemical reagents can be efficient at delivering DNA into cells, but studies have found that these chemicals can also be toxic to cells . Numerous other methods exist and can be reviewed in Refs. [2-4].