Guidelines for making the most out of your CRISPR experiment
Now Horizon's popular reference standards have been exome sequenced for higher confidence and expanded applications. Read on to find out how this new level of product information will support your diagnostics pipeline.
Learn how precise control of Cas9 expression helps reveal the function of essential genes.
If you are wondering the best way to monitor the result of your gene editing experiment, we have reviewed the most commonly applied assays used.
Learn how ON-TARGETplus siRNA from Dharmacon ensures target specificity while avoiding off-target effects to give you confidence in your RNAi studies.
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A proof-of-concept study where CRISPR-Cas9 reagents and guides to 3 genes were added to the same cell population and then a representative subset of clonal cell lines were analyzed for multiplexed gene editing efficiency.
Optimizing the workflow for successful RNA interference (RNAi) experiments in difficult-to-transfect cells
Want to optimize RNAi experiments in difficult-to-transfect cell lines? Read our workflow recommendations for optimal delivery and functional silencing with Accell siRNA.
Large-scale gain-of-function screens have not yet shown the same popularity as loss-of function experiments, mainly due to logistical complications of using the traditional reagents (ORFs). Here we explain the hurdles to setting up a high-throughput ORF screen, and how CRISPRa offers a new solution that can expand the screening toolbox to maximize your window of discovery.
A discussion of novel methodology and research in primary human monocytes recently published by the labs of Dr. Alex Marson and Dr. Nevan Krogan.