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LentiArray™ Human Kinase CRISPR Library (Invitrogen™)

The award-winning Invitrogen™ LentiArray™ Human Kinase CRISPR Library targets 822 genes with up to 4 gRNA per gene target (pooled in a single well) for a total of 3,288 gRNAs. Libraries are delivered as 200 μL of ready to use lentiviral particles per gene target at a titer of 1x106 TU/mL (functional titer determined by antibiotic resistance) and are also available as glycerol stocks.

Kinases are involved in almost all signaling cascades, and the dysregulation of kinase activity is linked to the development of numerous diseases, making kinases a key class of drug targets. The gene targets within this library were selected using the most up-to-date genome databases, including the NCBI RefSeq database, and cross-referenced to the Gene Ontology Consortium (GO) database and/or the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC), as well as additional resources, such as the KinBase database.

Built to bring you success
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are constructed using gRNA designs produced using Thermo Fisher Scientific’s proprietary CRISPR gRNA design algorithm. This algorithm incorporates the latest gRNA design research, as well as our extensive in-house experience, to produce the highest quality designs. The gRNA designs included in the LentiArray CRISPR libraries are selected for maximal editing efficiency and specificity and are designed to knock out all known isoforms of the target gene. For each gene target, up to four high-quality gRNAs are included to help ensure highly efficient knockout of the target gene in a wide array of cell types.

Design and execute your experiments without limitations
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are designed and constructed to give you complete control over your experimental design. They utilize a two-vector design, expressing the Cas9 nuclease and the gRNA off of separate lentiviral constructs, enabling you to dictate when and how the genome editing tools are delivered to your cells.

The LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus construct expresses a human, codon-optimized Cas9 nuclease with a blasticidin-resistance gene under the control of the EF-1α (EFS) promoter. You can choose to co-infect your cells with both the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses and the Cas9 lentivirus or just the LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus to establish a stable Cas9 expressing cell line. With LentiArray CRISPR libraries you have the freedom to design the experimental approach that best suits your model system and your screening goals.

Furthermore, to minimize restrictions to your experimental design, the gRNA lentiviruses that make up the LentiArray CRISPR libraries do not contain fluorescent markers. This allows reporters of any wavelength to be used with the libraries and expands your ability to perform multiplexed experiments. For challenging cell lines, the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses contain a puromycin resistance gene that allows enrichment of the population of edited cells and drives stronger phenotypes.

Learn more about LentiArray CRISPR libraries >

Optimize your assay design and have full confidence in your results with LentiArray controls
High quality controls are the cornerstone of a successful screen. The LentiArray CRISPR libraries product line includes a suite of controls to help you quickly develop your assay and give you confidence in defining your hit criteria.

Learn more about LentiArray controls >

LentiArray™ CRISPR Positive Control Lentivirus, human HPRT (Invitrogen™)

Optimizing delivery conditions is a critical step in any experiment utilizing the CRISPR/Cas9 system. The Invitrogen™ LentiArray™ CRISPR Positive Control Lentivirus gRNA against HPRT is a highly efficient gRNA validated in multiple human cell lines that has achieved editing efficiencies of greater than 80%. It can be used to rapidly determine ideal delivery conditions in order to achieve maximum editing efficiency in your cell model of choice.

BacMam LRRK2 G2019S Reagent (Invitrogen™)

BacMam LRRK2 G2019S Reagent is a modified insect cell virus (baculovirus) that enables easy, efficient, and titratable overexpression of full-length G2019S LRRK2 upregulating mutation in your choice of cellular background, including primary neurons and neuroblastoma cell lines.

BacMam LRRK2 G2019S Reagent Lets You:

• Easily overexpress full-length LRRK2 G2019S in most cellular backgrounds
• Understand the effects of therapeutically relevant LRRK2 mutations
• Conduct the LRRK2 cellular assays you need

Examine LRRK2 Mutations with BacMam Reagents
Using the BacMam LRRK2 therapeutic mutant reagents G2019S and D1994A (Cat. no. A13390) along with the wild-type LRRK2 reagent (Cat. no. A13388) enables you to research and determine LRRK2 mutant mechanisms. You can also evaluate the difference in the cellular response to a stimulus among the different mutations.

Expand Your Battery of Cellular Assays for LRRK2
Once full length LRRK2 G2019S has been introduced into your cellular background, the transduced cells allow you the flexibility to conduct many types of LRRK2 experiments, including studies of regulation of physiologically functional pathways (including signaling pathways leading to function), and identification of potential physiological substrates for LRRK2.

Overexpress Full-Length LRRK2 in Most Mammalian Cell Backgrounds
BacMam technology utilizes a modified baculovirus to deliver and express genes in mammalian cells with minimal effort and toxicity. It enables efficient, titratable LRRK2 G2019S protein expression in various mammalian cellular backgrounds, including cell lines that may not be compatible with traditional transfection methods such as primary neurons and neuroblastoma cell lines.

For research use only. Not intended for any human or animal therapeutic or diagnostic use.

Related Links:
LRRK2 tools for advancing Parkinson's disease research
Kinase protein portfolio
LanthaScreen® Eu Kinase Binding Assay
LanthaScreen® Activity Assay
Learn More About BacMam Technology

LentiArray™ Human Tumor Suppressor CRISPR Library (Invitrogen™)

The award-winning Invitrogen™ LentiArray™ Human Tumor Suppressor Library targets 716 genes with up to 4 gRNA per gene target (pooled in a single well) for a total of 2,864 gRNAs. Libraries are delivered as 200 μL of ready to use lentiviral particles per gene target at a titer of 1x106 TU/mL (functional titer determined by antibiotic resistance) and are also available as glycerol stocks.

Tumor suppressors are negative regulators cell cycle progression. Loss or mutation of tumor suppressor genes is often involved in the development of cancer.The gene targets within this library were selected using the most up-to-date genome databases, including the NCBI RefSeq database, and cross-referenced to the Gene Ontology Consortium (GO) database and/or the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC), as well as the Tumor Suppressor Gene Database (TSGene).

Built to bring you success
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are constructed using gRNA designs produced using Thermo Fisher Scientific’s proprietary CRISPR gRNA design algorithm. This algorithm incorporates the latest gRNA design research, as well as our extensive in-house experience, to produce the highest quality designs. The gRNA designs included in the LentiArray CRISPR libraries are selected for maximal editing efficiency and specificity and are designed to knock out all known isoforms of the target gene. For each gene target, up to four high-quality gRNAs are included to help ensure highly efficient knockout of the target gene in a wide array of cell types.

Design and execute your experiments without limitations
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are designed and constructed to give you complete control over your experimental design. They utilize a two-vector design, expressing the Cas9 nuclease and the gRNA off of separate lentiviral constructs, enabling you to dictate when and how the genome editing tools are delivered to your cells.

The LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus construct expresses a human, codon-optimized Cas9 nuclease with a blasticidin-resistance gene under the control of the EF-1α (EFS) promoter. You can choose to co-infect your cells with both the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses and the Cas9 lentivirus or just the LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus to establish a stable Cas9 expressing cell line. With LentiArray CRISPR libraries you have the freedom to design the experimental approach that best suits your model system and your screening goals.

Furthermore, to minimize restrictions to your experimental design, the gRNA lentiviruses that make up the LentiArray CRISPR libraries do not contain fluorescent markers. This allows reporters of any wavelength to be used with the libraries and expands your ability to perform multiplexed experiments. For challenging cell lines, the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses contain a puromycin resistance gene that allows enrichment of the population of edited cells and drives stronger phenotypes.

Learn more about LentiArray CRISPR libraries >

Optimize your assay design and have full confidence in your results with LentiArray controls
High quality controls are the cornerstone of a successful screen. The LentiArray CRISPR libraries product line includes a suite of controls to help you quickly develop your assay and give you confidence in defining your hit criteria.

Learn more about LentiArray controls >

LentiArray™ Human Ion Channel CRISPR Library (Invitrogen™)

The award-winning Invitrogen™ LentiArray™ Human Ion Channel Library targets 328 genes with up to 4 gRNA per gene target (pooled in a single well) for a total of 1,312 gRNAs. Libraries are delivered as 200 μL of ready to use lentiviral particles per gene target at a titer of 1x106 TU/mL (functional titer determined by antibiotic resistance) and are also available as glycerol stocks.

Ion channels are integral membrane proteins that establish the electrochemical gradient that gives rise to both the resting membrane potential and the formation of action potentials which are crucial to nerve conduction and heart and muscle contraction, as well as other processes such as insulin release and activation of T-cells. The gene targets within this library were selected using the most up-to-date genome databases, including the NCBI RefSeq database, and cross-referenced to the Gene Ontology Consortium (GO) database and/or the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC).

Built to bring you success
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are constructed using gRNA designs produced using Thermo Fisher Scientific’s proprietary CRISPR gRNA design algorithm. This algorithm incorporates the latest gRNA design research, as well as our extensive in-house experience, to produce the highest quality designs. The gRNA designs included in the LentiArray CRISPR libraries are selected for maximal editing efficiency and specificity and are designed to knock out all known isoforms of the target gene. For each gene target, up to four high-quality gRNAs are included to help ensure highly efficient knockout of the target gene in a wide array of cell types.

Design and execute your experiments without limitations
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are designed and constructed to give you complete control over your experimental design. They utilize a two-vector design, expressing the Cas9 nuclease and the gRNA off of separate lentiviral constructs, enabling you to dictate when and how the genome editing tools are delivered to your cells.

The LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus construct expresses a human, codon-optimized Cas9 nuclease with a blasticidin-resistance gene under the control of the EF-1α (EFS) promoter. You can choose to co-infect your cells with both the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses and the Cas9 lentivirus or just the LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus to establish a stable Cas9 expressing cell line. With LentiArray CRISPR libraries you have the freedom to design the experimental approach that best suits your model system and your screening goals.

Furthermore, to minimize restrictions to your experimental design, the gRNA lentiviruses that make up the LentiArray CRISPR libraries do not contain fluorescent markers. This allows reporters of any wavelength to be used with the libraries and expands your ability to perform multiplexed experiments. For challenging cell lines, the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses contain a puromycin resistance gene that allows enrichment of the population of edited cells and drives stronger phenotypes.

Learn more about LentiArray CRISPR libraries >

Optimize your assay design and have full confidence in your results with LentiArray controls
High quality controls are the cornerstone of a successful screen. The LentiArray CRISPR libraries product line includes a suite of controls to help you quickly develop your assay and give you confidence in defining your hit criteria.

Learn more about LentiArray controls >

LentiArray™ CRISPR Positive Control Lentivirus, human HPRT, with GFP (Invitrogen™)

Optimizing delivery conditions is a critical step in any experiment utilizing the CRISPR/Cas9 system. The Invitrogen™ LentiArray CRISPR Positive Control Lentivirus gRNA against HPRT is a highly efficient gRNA validated in multiple human cell lines that has achieved editing efficiencies of greater than 80%. It can be used to rapidly determine ideal delivery conditions in order to achieve maximum editing efficiency in your cell model of choice. This construct also expresses emGFP to provide a visual readout of successful transduction that can be used in determining Multiplicity of Infection (MOI).

BacMam LRRK2 D1994A Reagent (Invitrogen™)

BacMam LRRK2 D1994A Reagent is a modified insect cell virus (baculovirus) that enables easy, efficient, and titratable overexpression of full-length D1994A LRRK2 (kinase-dead LRRK2 mutant) in your choice of cellular background, including primary neurons and neuroblastoma cell lines.

BacMam LRRK2 D1994A Reagent Lets You:

• Investigate LRRK2 mutation mechanisms and stimulus responses
• Assay LRRK2 relevance across a broad range of parameters
• Utilize most mammalian cellular backgrounds for LRRK2 overexpression

Examine LRRK2 Mutations with BacMam Reagents
Use of the BacMam LRRK2 therapeutic mutant reagents G2019S (Cat. no. A13389) and D1994A in addition to the wild-type LRRK2 reagent (Cat. no. A13388) enables you to research and determine LRRK2 mutant mechanisms. You can also evaluate the differences in cellular response to a stimulus among the different mutations.

Expand Your Battery of Cellular Assays for LRRK2
Once full length LRRK2 D1994A has been introduced into your cellular background, the transduced cells allow you the flexibility to conduct many types of LRRK2 research. Some examples include studying the regulation of physiologically functional pathways (including signaling pathways leading to function), or identification of potential physiological substrates for LRRK2.

Overexpress Full-Length LRRK2 in Most Mammalian Cell Backgrounds
BacMam technology utilizes a modified baculovirus to deliver and express genes in mammalian cells with minimal effort and toxicity. It enables efficient, titratable LRRK2 D1994A protein expression in various mammalian cellular backgrounds, including cell lines that may not be compatible with traditional transfection methods such as primary neurons and neuroblastoma cell lines.

For research use only. Not intended for any human or animal therapeutic or diagnostic use.

Related Links:
LRRK2 tools for advancing Parkinson's disease research
Kinase protein portfolio
LanthaScreen® Eu Kinase Binding Assay
LanthaScreen® Activity Assay
Learn More About BacMam Technology

LentiArray™ Human Phosphatase CRISPR Library (Invitrogen™)

The award-winning Invitrogen™ LentiArray™ Human Phosphatase Library targets 288 genes with up to 4 gRNA per gene target (pooled in a single well) for a total of 1,152 gRNAs. Libraries are delivered as 200 μL of ready to use lentiviral particles per gene target at a titer of 1x106 TU/mL (functional titer determined by antibiotic resistance) and are also available as glycerol stocks.

Reversible phosphorylation is a central regulatory process in signal transduction pathways. Phosphatases dephosphorylate their target proteins, are integral to the regulation of signaling pathways, and are increasingly being analyzed as potential therapeutic targets. The gene targets within this library were selected using the most up-to-date genome databases, including the NCBI RefSeq database, and cross-referenced to the Gene Ontology Consortium (GO) database and/or the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC).

Built to bring you success
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are constructed using gRNA designs produced using Thermo Fisher Scientific’s proprietary CRISPR gRNA design algorithm. This algorithm incorporates the latest gRNA design research, as well as our extensive in-house experience, to produce the highest quality designs. The gRNA designs included in the LentiArray CRISPR libraries are selected for maximal editing efficiency and specificity and are designed to knock out all known isoforms of the target gene. For each gene target, up to four high-quality gRNAs are included to help ensure highly efficient knockout of the target gene in a wide array of cell types.

Design and execute your experiments without limitations
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are designed and constructed to give you complete control over your experimental design. They utilize a two-vector design, expressing the Cas9 nuclease and the gRNA off of separate lentiviral constructs, enabling you to dictate when and how the genome editing tools are delivered to your cells.

The LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus construct expresses a human, codon-optimized Cas9 nuclease with a blasticidin-resistance gene under the control of the EF-1α (EFS) promoter. You can choose to co-infect your cells with both the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses and the Cas9 lentivirus or just the LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus to establish a stable Cas9 expressing cell line. With LentiArray CRISPR libraries you have the freedom to design the experimental approach that best suits your model system and your screening goals.

Furthermore, to minimize restrictions to your experimental design, the gRNA lentiviruses that make up the LentiArray CRISPR libraries do not contain fluorescent markers. This allows reporters of any wavelength to be used with the libraries and expands your ability to perform multiplexed experiments. For challenging cell lines, the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses contain a puromycin resistance gene that allows enrichment of the population of edited cells and drives stronger phenotypes.

Learn more about LentiArray CRISPR libraries >

Optimize your assay design and have full confidence in your results with LentiArray controls
High quality controls are the cornerstone of a successful screen. The LentiArray CRISPR libraries product line includes a suite of controls to help you quickly develop your assay and give you confidence in defining your hit criteria.

Learn more about LentiArray controls >

LentiArray™ CRISPR Negative Control Lentivirus, human, non-targeting (Invitrogen™)

Negative control gRNAs are essential in screening applications for setting thresholds for hit determination. The Invitrogen™ LentiArray™ CRISPR Negative Control Lentivirus, Human Scrambled, contains a gRNA sequence with no sequence homology to any region of the human genome.

LentiArray™ Human Drug Transporter CRISPR Library (Invitrogen™)

The award-winning Invitrogen™ LentiArray™ Human Drug Transporter Library targets 98 genes with up to 4 gRNA per gene target (pooled in a single well) for a total of 392 gRNAs. Libraries are delivered as 200 μL of ready to use lentiviral particles per gene target at a titer of 1x106 TU/mL (functional titer determined by antibiotic resistance) and are also available as glycerol stocks.

Transporter proteins regulate the movement of molecules across cellular membranes and play a key role in pharmacology. The gene targets within this library were selected using the most up-to-date genome databases, including the NCBI RefSeq database, and cross-referenced to the Gene Ontology Consortium (GO) database and/or the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC).

Built to bring you success
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are constructed using gRNA designs produced using Thermo Fisher Scientific’s proprietary CRISPR gRNA design algorithm. This algorithm incorporates the latest gRNA design research, as well as our extensive in-house experience, to produce the highest quality designs. The gRNA designs included in the LentiArray CRISPR libraries are selected for maximal editing efficiency and specificity and are designed to knock out all known isoforms of the target gene. For each gene target, up to four high-quality gRNAs are included to help ensure highly efficient knockout of the target gene in a wide array of cell types.

Design and execute your experiments without limitations
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are designed and constructed to give you complete control over your experimental design. They utilize a two-vector design, expressing the Cas9 nuclease and the gRNA off of separate lentiviral constructs, enabling you to dictate when and how the genome editing tools are delivered to your cells.

The LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus construct expresses a human, codon-optimized Cas9 nuclease with a blasticidin-resistance gene under the control of the EF-1α (EFS) promoter. You can choose to co-infect your cells with both the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses and the Cas9 lentivirus or just the LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus to establish a stable Cas9 expressing cell line. With LentiArray CRISPR libraries you have the freedom to design the experimental approach that best suits your model system and your screening goals.

Furthermore, to minimize restrictions to your experimental design, the gRNA lentiviruses that make up the LentiArray CRISPR libraries do not contain fluorescent markers. This allows reporters of any wavelength to be used with the libraries and expands your ability to perform multiplexed experiments. For challenging cell lines, the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses contain a puromycin resistance gene that allows enrichment of the population of edited cells and drives stronger phenotypes.

Learn more about LentiArray CRISPR libraries >

Optimize your assay design and have full confidence in your results with LentiArray controls
High quality controls are the cornerstone of a successful screen. The LentiArray CRISPR libraries product line includes a suite of controls to help you quickly develop your assay and give you confidence in defining your hit criteria.

Learn more about LentiArray controls >

GeneArt™ CRISPR Nuclease mRNA (Invitrogen™)

GeneArt™ CRISPR Nuclease mRNA is formulated using a new manufacturing process to achieve superior quality and improved product performance. This wild-type Cas9 mRNA has two nuclear localization signals (NLSs). Cas9 constructs with two NLSs have been shown to be more efficient at targeting the Cas9 protein to the nucleus (1). The mRNA format is ready to transfect and circumvents the need for time-consuming cloning steps required when using CRISPR vector systems. Cas9 mRNA is co-transfected with a target-specific guide RNA (gRNA) to direct the Cas9 protein to the intended genome locus to create a double-stranded break. The complete RNA format is a smaller payload than plasmid-based Cas9 systems for improved delivery into the cell and better genome editing efficiency. Additionally, the Cas9 mRNA can be used in multiplex approaches with more than one gRNA. Use this approach to determine which gRNA sequence works best for a particular target or to edit multiple genomic loci with one transfection.

How to obtain a gRNA sequence
Genome editing with CRISPR technology requires a noncoding guide RNA (gRNA) in order to cleave genomic DNA at a target sequence of interest. The gRNA has two molecular components: a target-specific CRISPR RNA (crRNA) and a trans-activating crRNA (tracrRNA) that have been combined into one transcript. The target sequence (20 bases) must be immediately upstream of a PAM motif (NGG) which allows the Cas9 to initiate binding. The PAM is only on the target DNA and not part of the target specific CRISPR sequence. The gRNA and the PAM motif guide the Cas9 nuclease to the target genomic sequence to form a complex and create a double-stranded blunt DNA break (DSB) three nucleotides upstream from the PAM site.

Use our GeneArt CRISPR Search and Design Tool to search our database of >600,000 gRNA sequences specific to every gene in the human and mouse genomes. GeneArt predesigned gRNAs are optimized for gene knockout and typically target the first three transcribed exons per gene. Search results include recommendations based on minimizing potential off-target effects, potential binding sites, and exon maps with gRNA locations. This tool can also be used to analyze any sequence of interest to design unique CRISPR sequences.

How to make gRNA
Once gRNA sequences have been selected, choose from three options for making gRNA:
1. The GeneArt Precision gRNA Synthesis Kit for transfection-ready gRNA in as little as four hours including template assembly.
2. GeneArt CRISPR Strings, a synthetic DNA template consisting of the gRNA with a T7 promoter for in vitro transcription or U6 promoter for ready-to-transfect format, which may be purchased via the GeneArt CRISPR Search & Design Tool or by completing the GeneArt CRISPR Strings DNA Order Form and submitting it to GeneArtSupport@lifetech.com.
3. Save time and effort and have our GeneArt custom services team design, synthesize, and purify in vitro transcribed (IVT) gRNA sequences for you. To obtain a services quotation, or to order, please contact our Custom Services department at 1-800-955-6288 x45682 or custom.services@lifetech.com.

Resources
Demonstrated protocol: Engineering stem cells with CRISPR-Cas9

References
1.Cong L, Ran FA, Cox D, Lin S, Barretto R, Habib N, Hsu PD, Wu X, Jiang W, Marraffini LA, Zhang F. (2013) Multiplex Genome Engineering Using CRISPR/Cas Systems. Science 339(6121):819-23.

CTS™ CytoTune™-iPS 2.1 Sendai Reprogramming Kit (Invitrogen™)

The CTS CytoTune-iPS 2.1 Sendai Reprogramming Kit is the first off-the-shelf reprogramming system designed for clinical and translational research. Like the CytoTune-iPS 2.0 Sendai reprogramming kit, this kit uses Sendai particles to deliver Yamanaka factors that are critical for efficient generation of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). This kit includes three vector preparations: polycistronic Klf4–Oct3/4–Sox2 (KOS), L-Myc, and Klf4.

Manufactured in accordance with GMP requirements
This product is manufactured at a site with an ISO9001-certified quality management system. The facility and process were audited for conformity with current Good Manufacturing Practices for medical devices, 21 CFR Part 820 of the regulation.

Formulated animal origin–free
The bovine serum albumin carrier protein was removed from the CTS CytoTune-iPS 2.1 Sendai vector formulation. The preparation contains no animal-derived components at the primary component level.

Accompanied by documentation to support your regulatory filing
Full traceability documentation such as Certificate of Origin and Certificate of Analysis are available. A Drug Master File has been prepared.

What you get
The kit includes 0.2 mL of each vector (KOS, Klf4, and L-myc) at a titer of 0.5–2.0 x 108 CFU/mL, sufficient to reprogram a minimum of six wells of a six-well plate.

LentiArray™ Human DNA Damage Response CRISPR Library (Invitrogen™)

The award-winning Invitrogen™ LentiArray™ Human DNA Damage Response Library targets 561 genes with up to 4 gRNA per gene target (pooled in a single well) for a total of 2,244 gRNAs. Libraries are delivered as 200 μL of ready to use lentiviral particles per gene target at a titer of 1x106 TU/mL (functional titer determined by antibiotic resistance) and are also available as glycerol stocks.

DNA surveillance proteins continuously monitor DNA integrity and activate cell cycle checkpoints and DNA repair pathways in response to DNA damage. The gene targets within this library were selected using the most up-to-date genome databases, including the NCBI RefSeq database, and cross-referenced to the Gene Ontology Consortium (GO) database and/or the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC).

Built to bring you success
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are constructed using gRNA designs produced using Thermo Fisher Scientific’s proprietary CRISPR gRNA design algorithm. This algorithm incorporates the latest gRNA design research, as well as our extensive in-house experience, to produce the highest quality designs. The gRNA designs included in the LentiArray CRISPR libraries are selected for maximal editing efficiency and specificity and are designed to knock out all known isoforms of the target gene. For each gene target, up to four high-quality gRNAs are included to help ensure highly efficient knockout of the target gene in a wide array of cell types.

Design and execute your experiments without limitations
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are designed and constructed to give you complete control over your experimental design. They utilize a two-vector design, expressing the Cas9 nuclease and the gRNA off of separate lentiviral constructs, enabling you to dictate when and how the genome editing tools are delivered to your cells.

The LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus construct expresses a human, codon-optimized Cas9 nuclease with a blasticidin-resistance gene under the control of the EF-1α (EFS) promoter. You can choose to co-infect your cells with both the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses and the Cas9 lentivirus or just the LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus to establish a stable Cas9 expressing cell line. With LentiArray CRISPR libraries you have the freedom to design the experimental approach that best suits your model system and your screening goals.

Furthermore, to minimize restrictions to your experimental design, the gRNA lentiviruses that make up the LentiArray CRISPR libraries do not contain fluorescent markers. This allows reporters of any wavelength to be used with the libraries and expands your ability to perform multiplexed experiments. For challenging cell lines, the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses contain a puromycin resistance gene that allows enrichment of the population of edited cells and drives stronger phenotypes.

Learn more about LentiArray CRISPR libraries >

Optimize your assay design and have full confidence in your results with LentiArray controls
High quality controls are the cornerstone of a successful screen. The LentiArray CRISPR libraries product line includes a suite of controls to help you quickly develop your assay and give you confidence in defining your hit criteria.

Learn more about LentiArray controls >

LentiArray™ Human Transcription Factor CRISPR Library (Invitrogen™)

The award-winning Invitrogen™ LentiArray™ Human Transcription Factor Library targets 1,817 genes with up to 4 gRNA per gene target (pooled in a single well) for a total of 7,268 gRNAs. Libraries are delivered as 200 μL of ready to use lentiviral particles per gene target at a titer of 1x106 TU/mL (functional titer determined by antibiotic resistance) and are also available as glycerol stocks.

Transcription factors are the key regulators of gene expression. The gene targets within this library were selected using the most up-to-date genome databases, including the NCBI RefSeq database, and cross-referenced to the Gene Ontology Consortium (GO) database and/or the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC).

Built to bring you success
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are constructed using gRNA designs produced using Thermo Fisher Scientific’s proprietary CRISPR gRNA design algorithm. This algorithm incorporates the latest gRNA design research, as well as our extensive in-house experience, to produce the highest quality designs. The gRNA designs included in the LentiArray CRISPR libraries are selected for maximal editing efficiency and specificity and are designed to knock out all known isoforms of the target gene. For each gene target, up to four high-quality gRNAs are included to help ensure highly efficient knockout of the target gene in a wide array of cell types.

Design and execute your experiments without limitations
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are designed and constructed to give you complete control over your experimental design. They utilize a two-vector design, expressing the Cas9 nuclease and the gRNA off of separate lentiviral constructs, enabling you to dictate when and how the genome editing tools are delivered to your cells.

The LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus construct expresses a human, codon-optimized Cas9 nuclease with a blasticidin-resistance gene under the control of the EF-1α (EFS) promoter. You can choose to co-infect your cells with both the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses and the Cas9 lentivirus or just the LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus to establish a stable Cas9 expressing cell line. With LentiArray CRISPR libraries you have the freedom to design the experimental approach that best suits your model system and your screening goals.

Furthermore, to minimize restrictions to your experimental design, the gRNA lentiviruses that make up the LentiArray CRISPR libraries do not contain fluorescent markers. This allows reporters of any wavelength to be used with the libraries and expands your ability to perform multiplexed experiments. For challenging cell lines, the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses contain a puromycin resistance gene that allows enrichment of the population of edited cells and drives stronger phenotypes.

Learn more about LentiArray CRISPR libraries >

Optimize your assay design and have full confidence in your results with LentiArray controls
High quality controls are the cornerstone of a successful screen. The LentiArray CRISPR libraries product line includes a suite of controls to help you quickly develop your assay and give you confidence in defining your hit criteria.

Learn more about LentiArray controls >

LentiArray™ Human Cell Surface CRISPR Library (Invitrogen™)

The award-winning Invitrogen™ LentiArray™ Human Cell Surface Protein Library targets 778 genes with up to 4 gRNA per gene target (pooled in a single well) for a total of 3,112 gRNAs. Libraries are delivered as 200 μL of ready to use lentiviral particles per gene target at a titer of 1x106 TU/mL (functional titer determined by antibiotic resistance) and are also available as glycerol stocks.

The broad array of cell surface proteins allows the cell to receive information from and react to its environment. The gene targets within this library were selected using the most up-to-date genome databases, including the NCBI RefSeq database, and cross-referenced to the Gene Ontology Consortium (GO) database and/or the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC).

Built to bring you success
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are constructed using gRNA designs produced using Thermo Fisher Scientific’s proprietary CRISPR gRNA design algorithm. This algorithm incorporates the latest gRNA design research, as well as our extensive in-house experience, to produce the highest quality designs. The gRNA designs included in the LentiArray CRISPR libraries are selected for maximal editing efficiency and specificity and are designed to knock out all known isoforms of the target gene. For each gene target, up to four high-quality gRNAs are included to help ensure highly efficient knockout of the target gene in a wide array of cell types.

Design and execute your experiments without limitations
LentiArray CRISPR libraries are designed and constructed to give you complete control over your experimental design. They utilize a two-vector design, expressing the Cas9 nuclease and the gRNA off of separate lentiviral constructs, enabling you to dictate when and how the genome editing tools are delivered to your cells.

The LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus construct expresses a human, codon-optimized Cas9 nuclease with a blasticidin-resistance gene under the control of the EF-1α (EFS) promoter. You can choose to co-infect your cells with both the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses and the Cas9 lentivirus or just the LentiArray Cas9 lentivirus to establish a stable Cas9 expressing cell line. With LentiArray CRISPR libraries you have the freedom to design the experimental approach that best suits your model system and your screening goals.

Furthermore, to minimize restrictions to your experimental design, the gRNA lentiviruses that make up the LentiArray CRISPR libraries do not contain fluorescent markers. This allows reporters of any wavelength to be used with the libraries and expands your ability to perform multiplexed experiments. For challenging cell lines, the LentiArray gRNA lentiviruses contain a puromycin resistance gene that allows enrichment of the population of edited cells and drives stronger phenotypes.

Learn more about LentiArray CRISPR libraries >

Optimize your assay design and have full confidence in your results with LentiArray controls
High quality controls are the cornerstone of a successful screen. The LentiArray CRISPR libraries product line includes a suite of controls to help you quickly develop your assay and give you confidence in defining your hit criteria.

Learn more about LentiArray controls >