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CRISPR-Cas9 Resources
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Genome Engineering


 

CRISPR Single Cut gRNA - Vectors containing one
gRNA or one gRNA + Cas9 to generate
double strand breaks (DSB).

 

Transcriptional Regulation


 

CRISPRa Single Activation (VPR) - Vectors containing one
cell-specific gRNA or one gRNA + dCas9-VPR
for activation of gene expression.

 

CRISPR Pooled Screening Libraries


 

CRISPR Cut Pooled Screening Libraries - Create
screening pools from arrayed sequence-verified CRISPR
libraries or chip-based pools.

 

CRISPR Dual Cut gRNA - Vectors containing two gRNAs
to generate two double strand breaks (DSB).

 

CRISPRa Dual Activation (VPR) - Vectors containing two
cell-specific gRNAs for activation of gene expression.

CRISPRa Activation Pooled Screening Libraries -
Vectors expressing a cell-specific gRNA for gene activation.
 

CRISPR Whole Genome Arrayed Library -
Academic Pricing Available

 

CRISPRi Single Interference (KRAB) - Vectors containing one
cell-specific
gRNA or one gRNA + dCas9-KRAB for interference
of gene expression.


 

CRISPRi Interference Pooled Screening Libraries  -
Vectors expressing a cell-specific gRNA for gene interference.

Combinatorial CRISPR - One vector expresses
two gRNAs, each targeting a different gene
for a combinatorial knockout.

 

CRISPRi Dual Interference (KRAB) - Vectors containing two
cell-specific gRNAs for interference of gene expression.

 

Next-Gen Sequencing and Deconvolution Services

Cas9 Expression Vectors - Choose the ideal
promoter, selection marker, or reporter for your experiment.

 

Catalytically Inactive Cas9 Expression Vectors -
Choose the ideal promoter, selection marker,
or reporter for your experiment.

 


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