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Genome editing and gene modification technologies are becoming increasingly important for research and applied uses. In particular, the advent of Transcription Activator-Like (TAL) effectors and clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPRs) and CRISPR-associated (Cas) systems have revolutionized the field with their ease of use, design flexibility and utility in a variety of gene manipulations.

Many of our genome editing technologies and tools are available under license for use in a variety of commercial applications, including research services, contract manufacturing services, therapeutics and therapeutic bioproduction, vaccines, diagnostics, animal health, biofuels, and quality assurance/quality control.  Please feel free to contact us to discuss how we might work together.

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TAL Effectors


GeneArt™ TALs provide custom DNA-binding proteins for accurate DNA targeting and precise gene editing and gene regulation, enabling users to target any locus in the genome.

The Thermo Fisher Scientific team has clarified a path for users to move confidently forward with GeneArt TALs in research and applied markets, by compiling a powerful intellectual property (IP) portfolio that includes not only the foundational IP originating from the University of Minnesota, Iowa State University, and Martin-Luther-Universitat Halle-Wittenberg, but also IP originating from Thermo Fisher Scientific, Cellectis AS, and others. Commercial licensing under this broad IP portfolio is available for most applied uses, including transgenic animal services, animal health, quality assurance/quality control, and production of biological materials, chemicals, and compounds for uses as diverse as therapeutics, vaccines, diagnostics, and fuels. In addition, this IP portfolio is available for commercial licensing for direct therapeutic use or cell therapy in selected indications.

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The simplicity and flexibility of GeneArt™ CRISPR-Cas9 systems are revolutionizing the field of genome editing.

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RNAi has proven to be a specific, potent and highly successful approach for loss-of-function studies in virtually all eukaryotic organisms.

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We offer Stealth RNAi™ technology for all research applications and additionally for commercial uses, including therapeutics, in conjunction with a commercial use license from Thermo Fisher Scientific. Stealth RNAi™ technology utilizes a proprietary structure, which uses modified chemical bases in a unique 25-base format.

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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
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