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CRISPR Technologies

Make targeted, specific edits to any gene

Gene editing refers to the process of changing regions of cellular DNA. The most common gene editing techniques involve inactivating a gene’s function (knockout), introducing or correcting a SNP mutation, or adding a reporter tag to an endogenous gene (knock-in). These changes are permanent and heritable, resulting in a newly engineered cell line.

With our Revvity Dharmacon™ Edit-R™ CRISPR-Cas9 reagents, researchers can make targeted, specific edits to any gene in practically any cell type. Additionally, a wide selection of pre-made edited cell lines and expert genome engineering services are available.

For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures. 

CRISPR knockout
CRISPR knock-in
CRISPR interference
CRISPR activation
Pin-point™ base editing reagents
Gene editing libraries

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