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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

Cas9 Nuclease GFP NLS Protein SKU: K048

Applied Biological Materials

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$ 50.00 (50 pmol)
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1 (50 pmol)
Catalog IDs
K048
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

GeneCraft-R CRISPR sgRNA Screening Kit (S. pyogenes)

Applied Biological Materials

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$ 155.00 (25 Reactions)
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1 (25 Reactions)
Catalog IDs
G953
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

GeneCraft-R Express CRISPR sgRNA Synthesis and Screening Kit (S. pyogenes)

Applied Biological Materials

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$ 395.00 (25 Reactions)
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1 (25 Reactions)
Catalog IDs
G954
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

CRISPRCLEAR™ Transfection Ready Point Mutation Kit (Cas9 D10A nickase)

Applied StemCell

Effect on Gene of Interest
Knock-in, Knock-out, Point mutation
Knock-in, Knock-out, Point mutation
Break Type
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/
Target Organism
Human
Human
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$ 2,700.00 (5 Reactions)
Sizes
1 (5 Reactions)
Catalog IDs
ASK-7021
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

DIY Bacterial CRISPR Refill/Classroom Kit

ODIN

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$ 75.00 (5 Reactions)
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1 (5 Reactions)
Catalog IDs
DIY-Bacterial-CRISPR-Refill/Classroom Kit
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

CleanCap™ Cas9 mRNA (modified)

TriLink BioTechnologies

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$ 373.00 (100 µg)
Sizes
1 (100 µg)
Catalog IDs
L-7206-100UG
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

Human Kinase Lentiviral CRISPR Pool

Sigma-Aldrich

Effect on Gene of Interest
Knock-out
Knock-out
Break Type
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/
Target Organism
Human
Human
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$ 7,193.00 (200 µl)
Sizes
1 (200 µl)
Catalog IDs
HKCRISPR-1EA
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

CMV-CAS9-2A-GFP Plasmid

Sigma-Aldrich

Effect on Gene of Interest
Knock-in, Knock-out
Knock-in, Knock-out
Break Type
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/
Target Organism
Eukaryotes
Eukaryotes
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$ 304.00 (1 µg)
Sizes
1 (1 µg)
Catalog IDs
CAS9GFPP-1EA
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

CRISPR UNIVERSAL NEGATIVE CONTROL 3

Sigma-Aldrich

Effect on Gene of Interest
Knock-in, Knock-out
Knock-in, Knock-out
Break Type
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/
Target Organism
Human, Mouse, Rat
Human, Mouse, Rat
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$ 304.00 (1 µg)
Sizes
1 (1 µg)
Catalog IDs
CRISPR08-1EA
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

PTPRC - human gene knockout kit via CRISPR

Origene

Effect on Gene of Interest
Knock-out
Knock-out
Break Type
/
/
Target Organism
Human
Human
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$ 1,200.00 (1 Kit)
Sizes
1 (1 Kit)
Catalog IDs
KN216590
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

Gecko2 Human Whole Genome CRISPR Pool, gRNA Only Lenti Particles (Gecko2 vector)

Sigma-Aldrich

Effect on Gene of Interest
Knock-out
Knock-out
Break Type
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/
Target Organism
Human
Human
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$ 7,193.00 (200 µl)
Sizes
1 (200 µl)
Catalog IDs
HGECKO2G-1EA
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CRISPR Kits & Reagents

GenCrispr NLS-Cas9-EGFP Nuclease SKU:Z03393

GenScript

Effect on Gene of Interest
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/
Break Type
/
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Target Organism
/
/
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$ 179.00 (50 µg)
Sizes
2 (50 - 100 µg)
Catalog IDs
Z03393-50UG, Z03393-100UG
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CRISPR Revolution

CRISPR (Clustered regularly-interspaced short palindromic repeats) was originally discovered in E. coli during the 1980s. It was only in 2007 that it was understood to be a bacterial defense mechanism against viruses and foreign DNA, as part of the CRISPR / Cas9 system. Since then it has been modified by scientists to be used for genome engineering purposes and so reviewed as the scientific discovery of the century. Understanding and use of system has progressed so far that CRISPR human trials are now being initiated in order to test their safety.

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What is CRISPR?

CRISPR consists of repeated sequences interspaced with unique sequences (CRISPR RNA [crRNA]) that correspond to viral DNA segments; specifically, viruses that the bacteria was prone to become infected by, often so-called bacteriophages. The CRISPR system enables the bacterium to recognize and defend against specific infections. Upstream of these repeats are the genes which encode Cas (CRISPR-associated proteins), which are a group of enzymes able to unwind (helicases) and cut (nucleases) the DNA. The enzymes are hence able to target and break up invading DNA, by using the crRNA as a guide.

Our Gene Drives: The Solution to Mosquitos, Malaria and Zika? article expands on future uses of CRISPR in the future.

Using CRISPR

The CRISPR-associated enzyme 9 (Cas9) has then been developed from this bacterial defense system, whereby the crRNA is replaced with RNA complementary to your target gene of choice. Double strand breaks are then induced at the target gene due to the endonuclease activity of Cas9. The ability of CRISPR Cas9 to specifically edit the genome is then utilized to cut and replace genes of interest.

The specificity comes from being able to tailor the 20 base crRNA to your needs while genes can be replaced by injecting the replacement DNA into the cell.

Thus, there is a huge and ever-growing number of uses for the CRISPR Cas9 system. Applications range from CRISPR genome editing using CRISPR knockout, to germline engineering where, besides knock-outs, CRISPR knock-ins can be performed.

One critical thing to consider is the protospacer adjacent motif (PAM). For Cas9 (from Streptococcus pyogenes), this is the short sequence NGG which is required downstream of the 20 nt target site.

Check out our CRISPR-Cas9 Troubleshoot, to get a better understanding of the ideal experiment workflow.

Design of a CRISPR system includes

  • construction of the target sequence (crRNA) or guide sequence (gRNA)

  • combining the target sequence with a CRISPR DNA template

  • choosing a method of delivery into the cell

Product searches you undertake at ZAGENO may differ if you intend to induce double strand or single strand breaks on your target site or vary depending on the desired effect on the gene of interest:

You also need to take into account which cell type you are targeting when choosing your kit. There are general kits which can be used on different types of eukaryotes or animals in particular, and specialty kits specific to mammals or particular species (like humans).

Compare CRISPR Kits!

To assist you in choosing the correct CRISPR product for your research, ZAGENO has developed an easy-to-use comparison feature, aligning the important attributes for each kit in a simple table.

The ZAGENO comparison engine does not show the best kit, but instead helps you, the researcher, choose the most suitable kit for your experiment.

Go to our How it Works page for a guide to using the ZAGENO comparison engine.

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