Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) has pooled its expertise in genome editing into a free web resource dedicated to providing researchers a hub of information on the very latest in using the CRISPR/Cas9 system.
On the webpage, researchers can find a range of educational and practical resources suited to those both experienced and new to genome editing. These include a recent highly successful and comprehensive IDT webinar describing the CRISPR/Cas9 system and most prominent uses and methods for designing, testing and executing a variety of CRISPR-mediated experiments. A number of relevant scientific posters, detailing experimental data on CRISPR-related methods, and relevant DECODED articles are also available.
Covering the most recent developments in genome editing, the webpage also features a comprehensive list of peer-reviewed CRISPR/Cas9-related articles collated by IDT’s experts. These articles include the recently published paper by Professor George M. Church, of Harvard Medical School and MIT, describing a method of enhancing the efficiency of genome editing in cultured human cells using gRNA expression fragments synthesized from IDT gBlocks® Gene Fragments.
As well as the existing range of resources on the webpage, IDT is committed to the research and development of tools and techniques for genome editing and will continue to add new educational and practical resources to aid scientists in their research.
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Integrated DNA Technologies, Inc. (IDT) is the largest supplier of custom nucleic acids in the world, serving academic, government, and commercial researchers in biotechnology, clinical diagnostics, and pharmaceutical development. IDT's primary business is the manufacture of custom, synthetic DNA and RNA oligonucleotides. Today, IDT synthesizes and ships an average of 44,000 custom oligos per day to more than 82,000 customers worldwide. IDT manufacturing locations include facilities in Coralville, Iowa; San Diego, California; Leuven, Belgium; and Singapore. For more information, visit www.idtdna.com.
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