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How To Choose a GeneCopoeia Luciferase System

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Introduction Luciferase reporter systems are invaluable tools for several applications, including regulation of gene expression and high-throughput compound screening (...

Choosing Between Lentivirus and Adeno-associated Virus For DNA Delivery

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Introduction Lentivirus and Adeno-associated virus (AAV) have proven invaluable for introducing genetic material into mammalian cells, either in culture or whole animals. Both sys...

Genome Editing: Cas9 Stable Cell Lines for CRISPR sgRNA Validation, Library Screening, and More

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Introduction The CRISPR-Cas9 system has become greatly popular for genome editing in recent years, due to its ease-of-design, efficiency, specificity, and relatively low cost (Wang,...

Using GeneCopoeia FISH Probes in a CRISPR-mediated Genome Editing Workflow

  Qihong Xu, Meng Zhang, Xueming Xu, and Ed Davis Introduction Immortalized mammalian cell lines, while providing convenient model systems for biomedical and pharmaceutical re...

Genome Editing: Applications For GeneCopoeia CRISPR sgRNA Libraries

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Biomedical researchers are enjoying a Renaissance in functional genomics, which aims to use a wealth of DNA sequence information—most notably, the complete sequence ...

Genome Editing: HDR Donors For Gene Knockout, Mutagenesis, Tagging, and Safe Harbor Knock-in

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Genome Editing—making specific changes at targeted genomic sites—is fundamentally important to researchers in biology and medicine (Bogdanove & Voytas, 201...

Lentivirus: That’s My MOI, and I’m Sticking To It

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Introduction Lentiviral vectors have proven invaluable for introducing genetic material into mammalian cells, either in culture or whole animals (reviewed in Mátrai, et al....

ORF clones: many tags, many decisions

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Introduction Fusion tagging-the practice of adding amino acids in-frame to one end of a native protein-is a well- established strategy for many applications, including ...

Genome Editing: Which Should I Choose, TALEN or CRISPR?

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Introduction Genome Editing-the ability to make specific changes at targeted genomic sites-is of fundamental importance to researchers in biology and medicine (Bogdanov...

Genome Editing in Mammalian Cells: What Do I Do Next?

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Genome Editing-the ability to make specific changes at targeted genomic sites-is of fundamental importance in biology and medicine (for reviews, see Bogdanove & Voytas, 2011; van...

CRISPR-Cas9 Specificity: Taming Off-target Mutagenesis

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Abstract Genome Editing-the ability to make specific changes at targeted genomic sites in complex organisms-is of fundamental importance in biology and medicine (Bogdan...

Genome Editing Technology From GeneCopoeia, Inc.

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Abstract Genome Editing-the ability to make specific changes at targeted genomic sites-is fundamentally important to researchers in biology and medicine (Bogdanove &...

Knockout by TALEN or CRISPR vs. Knockdown by shRNA or siRNA

  Ed Davis, Ph.D. Recent advances in technologies for genome editing-the use of TALEN or CRISPR to make targeted, permanent changes to genes-have revolutionized molecular genetics. They hav...

GeneCopoeia Genome Editing Tools for Safe Harbor Integration in Mice and Humans

  Ed Davis, Liuqing Qian, Ruiqing lI, Junsheng Zhou, and Jinkuo Zhang Introduction The ability to introduce transgenes into biological systems, such as cultured cells or animals, is of f...

Technical and Application Notes

Blog  Adding Value to CRISPR through Cas9 Stable Cell Lines New Discoveries Using Lentiviral Vectors for Screening Cancer Cells Why You Should Use Commercially-Produced Lentivirus   CRISPR & TALEN T...

Recorded Webinars

Genome Editing UPCOMING Webinars Title: Unleash the Power of Luciferase to Analyze miRNA Activitiy in Cancer Date: Monday, November 12, 2018 11:00 AM ET Registration link: https://attendee.go...

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OmicsLink™ Expression-Ready ORF cDNA Vectors

Expression-ready so no further sub cloning necessary Sequence-verified and available for 40,000+ human and mouse genes Choices of 150+ expression vectors as listed in the tables below ...

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