Genome editing (also called gene editing) is a group of technologies that give scientists the ability to change an organism's DNA. CRISPR is the most popular and widely used gene-editing technology today.
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Watch this narration by Yasmin Dickinson, University of Oxford, to learn more about the history of CRISPR and gene editing.
GenCRISPR™ Ultra NucleasesThe GenCRISPR Cas9 Ultra product line is a comprehensive collection of Cas-based nucleases with enhanced gene editing performance.GenScript’s Ultra product line supports progression of gene-editing research through three quality-controlled product ...Learn More
Gene and cell therapy (GCT) is one of the most competitive emerging fields in global biotechnology. As a new strategy for treating malignant tumors and other human diseases, GCT has been extensively studied in worldwide research and clinical trials since the late 20th century with ...Learn More
An encodable cysteine-containing sequence of amino acids Phe-Cys-Pro-Phe (FCPF), also known as π-clamp, offers selective modification of specific positions within a protein. In a recent publication, Rodrigo et al. utilized such technology to modify Cas proteins, including Cas9, ...Learn More