Thermo Fisher Scientific CRISPR Libraries May Transform How Researchers Use CRISPR to open novel drug discovery

Jun 1, 2019 | CRISPR, Genetic, Libraries

Thermo Fisher Scientific’s new gene editing tool will help researchers find therapies for cancer and other diseases. Called the Invitrogen LentiArray CRISPR Libraries, it is a ready-to-use array of knockout libraries for the human genome. The library suite offers researchers a new set of tools to discover key targets for disease therapies and shed new light on complex biological pathways reports Laboratory Equipment.

Thermo Fisher Scientific provides a link to the product’s website. Features include:

  • Advanced gRNA designs for maximum knockout efficiency without sacrificing specificity
  • Up to four high quality gRNAs per gene target for efficient knockout in a wide variety of cell types
  • Delivered as high titer, ready-to-use lentivirus or as glycerol stocks
  • Complete set of controls and lentiviruses against single gene targets available to support pre-screen assay development and to perform rapid post screen hit validation
  • Defined libraries (19) and custom options available allowing you to focus on defined gene sets or perform unbiased whole genome surveys.

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