CRISPR characterization, lab technician

Reimagine your CRISPR characterization

Laborious cell cultivation work, increased cell mortality, high passage numbers, screening of multiple clones or cumbersome primer design – are you dealing with some or all of these challenges during your CRISPR gene edit characterization?

At QIAGEN, we have redesigned the CRISPR characterization workflow to save you valuable time and effort by bringing together technologies for screening and sequencing, homology-directed repair (HDR) analysis and on-/off-target analysis.

Cut cell cultivation time by a week or more and use the cell lysate directly for PCR. Discover how.

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Gene edit characterization can be cumbersome and laborious – check out our new workflow for gene edit characterization

A redesigned CRISPR screening and sequencing workflow

Slash laborious tasks from your workflow with our smart solutions for cell lysis, primer design and Sanger sequencing and analysis.

The four steps to your CRISPR clone-of-interest

A quick overview of the QIAprep&amp CRISPR Kit workflow.

One workflow – multiple benefits

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For precise gene editing by homology-directed repair (HDR), it is important to measure successful application with a highly specific screening approach. Digital PCR (dPCR) using allele-specific probes is a highly sensitive and quantitative method that can help you gain a clear understanding of the gene-editing event.

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Get a comprehensive overview of the cause-of-effect before your downstream assays and experiments using unbiased next-generation sequencing (NGS). Depending on your requirements for target editing precision and genome background, we can help you evaluate on-/off-target effects using our whole genome, whole exome or custom-designed pathway panels.

Also check out our OEM capabilities

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