Precise modification, from genes to biological systems
Advances in genome editing have the potential to change the way we create energy; produce food; optimize industrial processing; and detect, prevent, and cure diseases. Through innovative design and engineering, this unique science enables researchers like you to study, alter, create, and re-create highly complex pathways, DNA sequences, genes, and natural biological systems. With a better understanding of life’s most challenging biological questions, we can uncover answers to improve the human condition and the world around us.
We’ve created this learning center to connect scientists around the world to our many resources for learning about the latest genome editing technologies and to guide you in choosing the solutions you need to break through to discovery faster.
Genome editing features
CRISPR Validated Protocols
Getting started with CRISPR? Need proven CRISPR validated protocols? These step-by-step CRISPR protocols have been optimized for maximum efficiency, viability, and reproducibility across a broad range of cell types and gene targets.
In this free webinar series you will learn tips and tricks for CRISPR delivery, how to best isolate edited clones, and downstream detection and validation methods for successful CRISPR gene editing.
It’s your time to change the world. And it’s our promise to empower you with cell engineering tools and solutions that help you get results even faster. Increasing your chances of success at every step.
Genome editing subtopics
Revolutionizing the field of genome editing
The transformative CRISPR-Cas9 technology is revolutionizing the field of genome editing. Able to achieve highly flexible and specific targeting, the CRISPR-Cas9 system can be modified and redirected to become a powerful tool for genome editing in broad applications such as stem cell engineering, gene therapy, tissue and animal disease models, and engineering disease-resistant transgenic plants. We've put together a collection of resources that we hope will give you the confidence to get started and to continuously improve your research.
Precise and extraordinarily flexible genome editing
TAL effectors are a widely used technology for precise and efficient gene editing in live cells. This genome editing technology is known to function in a variety of host systems, including bacteria, yeast, plants, insects, zebrafish, and mammals. Thermo Fisher Scientific has secured rights to certain proprietary methods related to TALENs, clarifying a path for you to move confidently forward and innovate. We've put together a collected of resources that we hope will give you the confidence to get started and to continuously improve research using designer TALENs.