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Gene Editing on ZAGENO

CompoZr® Knockout ZFN Kit- CHO DHFR Sigma-Aldrich
Reagent Type ZFN & talen Applicable Processes / Quantity /
From $ 12,834.00 (50 µg)
Sizes 1 (50 µg)
Catalog IDs ZFNDHFR-50UG
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RPA2 siRNA Thermo Scientific
RNAi Type / Targets / Organism /
From $ 296.00 (5 nmol)
Sizes 1 (5 nmol)
Catalog IDs S12132
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DNAfectin™ Plus Transfection Reagent Applied Biological Materials
Type of Transfer Transfection Transfer of Genomic DNA Cell Type Cell line, Eukaryotic cells
From $ 195.00 (1 ml)
Sizes 1 (1 ml)
Catalog IDs G2500
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NanoFect Transfection Reagent Alstem
Type of Transfer Transfection Transfer of siRNA Cell Type Mammalian cells
From $ 199.00 (1 ml)
Sizes 1 (1 ml)
Catalog IDs NF100
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PTPRC - human gene knockout kit via CRISPR Origene
Effect on Gene of Interest Knock-out Break Type Double-strand Target Organism Human
From $ 1,200.00 (1 Kit)
Sizes 1 (1 Kit)
Catalog IDs KN216590
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GIPZ EG5 Lentiviral shRNA Positive Control (viral particles) Dharmacon
Control Type Positive Organism Human Applicable Processes /
From $ 324.00 (25 µl)
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Catalog IDs RHS4584
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GIPZ GAPDH Lentiviral shRNA Positive Control (glycerol stock) Dharmacon
Control Type Positive Organism Human, Animals Applicable Processes /
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Catalog IDs RHS4371
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CRISPR UNIVERSAL NEGATIVE CONTROL 3 Sigma-Aldrich
Effect on Gene of Interest Knock-out, Knock-in Break Type Double-strand Target Organism Mouse, Human, Rat
From $ 295.00 (1 µg)
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Catalog IDs CRISPR08-1EA
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Xfect Mouse Embryonic Stem Cell Transfection Reagent Clontech
Type of Transfer Transfection Transfer of Plasmid DNA Cell Type Cell line
From $ 238.00 (100 Reactions)
Sizes 2 (100 - 300 Reactions)
Catalog IDs 631320, 631321
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CalPhos™ Mammalian Transfection Kit Clontech
Type of Transfer Transfection Transfer of Plasmid DNA Cell Type Cell line
From $ 229.00 (700 Reactions)
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Catalog IDs 631312
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MirTrap System Clontech
RNAi Type miRNA Targets mRNA Organism Animals
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Gene Editing Kits and Methods

CRISPR

CRISPR (Clustered regularly-interspaced short palindromic repeats) was originally discovered in E. coli during the 1980s.

Gene Silencing

Gene Silencing refers to a series of molecular biology techniques that reduces the transcription or translation of a gene.

Gene Editing Controls

Good gene editing controls are a critical tool for troubleshooting and ensuring that the transfer worked according to plan.

Gene Transfer

Gene Transfer is the process of inserting a specific coding sequence into a cell, either as a plasmid or as a genomic insert.

Gene Modification

Gene Modification refers to numerous molecular biological techniques that can introduce mutations into double stranded DNA.

In Vitro Transcription

In vitro transcription is a method which enables you to synthesize RNA in the lab, which can be used for methods such as blot hybridizations.

CRISPR

Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR) was discovered in a prokaryotic immune defense system against foreign DNA. This technique targets specific genes and interrupts or manipulates these regions of DNA for either gene knockout or gene knock-in.

If you have any problems with your experiments, visit our CRISPR Troubleshoot.

Gene Silencing

Silencing refers to the suppression of genetic material, preventing the synthesis of proteins. RNA interference for silencing introduces foreign RNA, which binds to messenger RNA to either increase or decrease activity.

If you have any problems with your experiments, visit our Gene Silencing Troubleshoot.

Gene Editing Controls

Given the sensitivity and implications of a faulty gene editing procedure, controls enable researchers to monitor and troubleshoot to see whether the gene transfer worked according to plan.

These controls can be either:

Gene Transfer

Plasmid transfection is used to assess the function of a specific gene in its cellular context. With transfection and overexpression of a specific gene, researchers can evaluate the workings of that particular gene.

Transduction refers to the use of viral vectors of for genetic transfer, while transformation introduces recombinant plasmids into bacterial cells, which then express the newly acquired genetic material.

If you have any problems with your experiments, visit our Gene Transfer Troubleshoots on our troubleshooting page.

Gene Modification

Another application to manually edit DNA is site-directed mutagenesis by PCR-driven overlap extension. This method is used to generate DNA fragments in a way that specific mutations are introduced by the use of overlapping PCR. These fragments can then serve as a primary template for further editing applications.

If you have any problems with your experiments, visit our Gene Modification Troubleshoot.

In Vitro Transcription

Many biological applications require molecular probes, including labeling and real-time PCR. In vitro transcription can make use of both radioactively labeled and non-isotopically labeled probes. The capability to manufacture these probes in the laboratory helps facilitate a wide variety of procedures like RNA amplification, expression studies, and structural analysis.

If you have any problems with your experiments, visit our In Vitro Transcription Troubleshoot.