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Related to CRISPR-Cas9 technology
Read about the development of the CRoatan algorithm used to create the transEDIT-dual library here.
Read how the authors in this paper used our MEKK3 (MAP3K3) CRISPR and OMNIfect reagent to discover that "silencing of MEKK3 represents a valid approach to revert in vivo the aggressiveness of pancreatic cancer by modulating YAP/TAZ transcriptional activities."

Lentiviral CRISPR-Cas9 Reagents
Read how the researchers below used our inducible CRISPR/Cas9 to "reveal a gatekeeper function of the PPP in a broad range of B cell malignancies that can be efficiently targeted by small molecule inhibition of PP2A and G6PD."...
See how the authors below used our transEDIT CRISPR and Cas9 to interrogate B-lymphoid transcription factors and conclude that " B-lymphoid transcription factors function as metabolic gatekeepers by limiting the amount of cellular ATP to levels that are insufficient for malignant transformation."
See how the authors below used our All-in-One CRISPR to probe the ability of cells to survive stress stimulus.
See how the authors of this publication use an approach for showing how “simultaneous mutation of two genes can produce a phenotype that is unexpected in light of each mutation’s individual effect.”
See how the author of this publication used one of our all-in-one vectors to create a TRF null 3T3-L1 stable cell line.