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Preparation & Gene Editing on ZAGENO

XK 50/30 Column GE Healthcare
Columns or Beads / Targets / Size Range /
From $ 1,125.00 (1 column)
Sizes 1 (1 column)
Catalog IDs 28988953
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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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Glass beads, acid-washed 425-600 µm (30-40 U.S. sieve) MilliporeSigma
Columns or Beads / Targets / Size Range /
From $ 124.66 (100 g)
Sizes 1 (100 g)
Catalog IDs G8772-100G
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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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DynaMag™-96 Side Skirted Magnet Invitrogen
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Sizes 1 (1 Magnet)
Catalog IDs 12027
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XBridge BEH C18 Column, 130Å, 3.5 μm Waters
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Catalog IDs 186003034
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Methylated-DNA IP Kit Zymo Research
Starting Material dsDNA, Genomic DNA Organism / Final Product Methylated DNA
From $ 477.00 (10 Reactions)
Sizes 1 (10 Reactions)
Catalog IDs D5101
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ZR-96 BashingBead™ Lysis Rack (2.0 mm) Zymo Research
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From $ 192.00 (1 Rack)
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Catalog IDs S6002-96-2
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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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InGel™ Silver G-Biosciences
Target Protein Total protein Sample Amount 1-2 mm gel cubes Preparation Method Digest, Purification
From $ 194.00 (100 Reactions)
Sizes 1 (100 Reactions)
Catalog IDs 786-241
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Perfect-FOCUS™ G-Biosciences
Input Type Purification reaction Targets Proteins Time to Sample 80 min
From $ 231.00 (50 Reactions)
Sizes 1 (50 Reactions)
Catalog IDs 786-124
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Tube-O-DIALYZER™ Micro G-Biosciences
Input Type Gel, Other sources, Purification reaction Targets / Time to Sample 2-12 hrs
From $ 142.00 (20 Tubes)
Sizes 3 (20 Tubes)
Catalog IDs 786-610, 786-611, ...
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Set-up of specialized techniques requires a certain input material or system; this is where sample preparation and gene editing are required, either to create a pure sample containing the target molecule or a genetic model with a particular behavior.

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Preparation

Sample preparation is necessary for the majority of life science research experiments; enabling compatibility and accuracy while preventing interference from contaminants for successful analysis.

Initial steps include DNA or RNA Extraction (which can include the use of Columns & Beads), Protein Purification and Immunoprecipitation for isolation of the target molecule.

Sample cleanup and enrichment kits go one step further to increase concentration and remove any remaining impurities which may prevent proper analysis.

Sample preservation allows the prepared target molecule to be stabilized and stored until required; preventing degradation in the process.

Gene Editing

Genetic manipulation has recently been revolutionized by the discovery of CRISPR, allowing greater precision in gene editing than ever before.

Of course existing gene transfer techniques such as transfection, transformation, and transduction, are used to good effect. While Gene modification utilizes mutagenesis and bisulfite conversion to modify existing DNA, rather than introducing a new fragment. Gene silencing is slightly different in this respect, in that it negatively influences the expression of existing DNA via the use of short segments of DNA (shRNA, siRNA, and miRNA).

Gene editing controls offer a standardized model for comparison against the effects produced by the introduced genetic alteration. They, therefore, provide a test of reliability and accurate evaluation.

In vitro transcription produces a required RNA sample from existing DNA, useful for gene expression studies.