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CRISPR and Genome Editing – Multimedia

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Accelerate Your Gene Therapy Research

Whether your key vector strategy is based on adenoviruses (AV), adeno-associated viruses (AAV) or lentiviruses (LV), the development of these genetic analysis tools is enabling researchers to develop safer gene therapies – with greater speed.
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Advances in Gene Therapy

In this infographic, we explore the latest advances in gene therapy, including production and delivery mechanisms.
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Advancing CRISPR Gene Editing for Solid Tumors Toward Clinical Application

Speaking at The Landscape of Cancer Research 2022 online symposium, Eric Kmiec of the Gene Editing Institute, ChristianaCare, delivered his talk on advances in CRISPR gene editing.
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Analytical Solutions for Gene Therapeutic Development and QC

Download this eBook to discover new analytical solutions to accelerate AAV-based gene therapy.
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Could a Different Technique Improve Your gDNA Quality Assessment?

Genomic DNA (gDNA) is a common input material for next-generation sequencing and gene editing. Therefore, ensuring sample quality prior to analysis is important for generating robust and reliable results.
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CRISPR Yeast: Replacing the Need for Plant-Derived Metabolites

Plant-derived compounds are widely used across the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food and agricultural industries. However, compared to other natural compounds, they often produce a lower yield of secondary metabolites.
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High-Throughput Nanowell-Based Image Verified Cloning for Cell Line Development

High-throughput nanowell-based image-verified cloning technology (HT-NIC) is a new method allowing the fast generation of clonal pharmaceutical production cell lines.
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CIRCLE-Seq for CRISPR/Cas9 Off-Target Screening

CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing can result in off-target cleavage events, impacting the validity of your final results. Cleavage of unintended targets can cause impaired cell function, cell death or misleading conclusions. CIRCLE-seq is a sensitive in vitro assay that was developed to overcome the challenges associated with off-target screening.
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Recombinant Protein Expression Using a Baculovirus–Insect Cell System

Download this app note to discover a method of recombinant protein expression that enables correct protein folding and post translational modification, is suitable for high-density cell culture, and can produce both secreted and intracellular proteins of various species.
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Synthetic Biology

Download this eBook to explore how synthetic biology is being utilized in the development of cell and gene therapies, cancer therapeutics and improved food and agriculture production processes.
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