Stem cell engineering requires introduction of new genetic content into a cell. One specific type of stem cell engineering is reprogramming by conversion of somatic cells into induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), which can be accomplished with our portfolio of non-integrating technologies by viral delivery or episomal plasmids. Once cell lines have been established, genomic editing and manipulation of iPSCs into other cell types allows for the building of cell models to better answer biological questions.
CytoTune-iPS 2.0 Sendai Reprogramming Kit
Highest-efficiency, integration-free system
Epi5 Episomal iPSC Reprogramming Vectors
High efficiency viral-free system
CTS CytoTune-iPS 2.1 Sendai Reprogramming Kit
First off-the-shelf reprogramming system for clinical research
CRISPR Products and Services
Consistently high editing efficiency across all gene targets and cell types
TALEN Products and Services
Precise and flexible editing; targeting to any gene in any cell, with all-around freedom
Supports up to 2-fold faster recovery following gene editing
Reprogramming somatic cells to induced pluripotent stem cells is a critical and potentially time-intensive step in stem cell research. We offer choices in integration-free stem cell reprogramming technologies and services to support your research and translational needs including our Cell Therapy Systems (CTS) products.
From precision genome editing and gene modification technologies to high-efficiency delivery systems, we have developed a complete toolset comprising trusted solutions to help you create the modified genes, expression systems and stable cell lines you need for your research—from culturing cells to modification, then detection and analysis. Whether you want results fast, seek full control over every step in designing your gene edit, or need help with engineering cells to your specific needs, we have solutions that fit.
In addition to innovative technologies and services for reprogramming and genomic editing of stem cells, we offer tools for cell transfection, transduction, and cloning.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.