CRISPR sequence

CRISPR stands for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats and a CRISPR sequence refers to a DNA locus with hallmark features including, repeated palindromic sequences, which is part of an adaptive immune system in bacteria and a system that has been adapted for use in genome editing applications.

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CRISPR sequence

CD Genomics now offers the opportunity for researchers validating the CRISPR-Cas9 mutants and detecting the off-targets in a high-throughput manner, powered by our advanced NGS technology and coupled with our specialized experts.

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CD Genomics provides CRISPR-Cas9 knockout validation and potential off-target detection in a high-throughput and cost-effective manner by harnessing advanced next generation sequencing (NGS). Our team members have experience in both genome editing and NGS, enabling extensive support to your research.

Validating edits is especially important in the CRISPR experimental process. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is an easy and high-throughput method to check for desired mutations since off-target mutation and not an edit in the target gene could happen. CRISPR amplicon sequencing has become a standardized validation technique for academia, clinic, and industry. High-throughput CRISPR screening is based on the principle of targeted amplicon sequencing by conducting PCR experiments using primers flanking the target region. Targeted amplicon sequencing is the most sensitive method for checking mutations and the detection frequencies are as low as 0.01%.

To address the emerging needs of research communities, CD Genomics has developed an affordable, reliable, and high-throughput strategy for screening and validating CRISPR-Cas9 based mutations by harnessing amplicon based next-generation Sequencing. Our CRISPR next-generation sequencing service can give you direct and detailed information about the nature and diversity of the mutations, including confirmation of knockout/knockin alleles, assessment of sgRNAs cutting efficiency, homozygous and heterozygous identification, mutation frequencies calculation et al.

Our highly experienced expert team executes quality management following every procedure to ensure comprehensive and accurate results. Our CRISPR sequence workflow is outlined below, including DNA isolation, PCR experiments, deep sequencing, and data analysis. Our CRISPR mutation sequencing enables researches to validate guides library, validate CRISPR/Cas9 targets and mutation efficiency, as well as discover the most promising target sites.

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CD Genomics is able to help you to detect the potential off-target effects via targets enrichment and deep sequencing at fairly inexpensive prices. We can sequence hundreds of samples simultaneously. The InDel distribution pattern will be analyzed and mutation can be confirmed with the CRISPResso tool. If you have additional requirements or questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

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 CRISPR sequence

CRISPR stands for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats and a CRISPR sequence refers to a DNA locus with hallmark features including, repeated palindromic sequences, which is part of an adaptive immune system in bacteria and a system that has been adapted for use in genome editing applications.

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