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After you have performed a CRISPR experiment it is important to determine which gRNAs performed successfully editing. There are many ways to validate CRISPR gene editing experiments. A quick and easy way to check for cutting is by using the Sigma-Aldrich® T7E1 mismatch detection kit.
The Extract-N-Amp™ kits are designed to rapidly extract and amplify genomic DNA. The plant tissue version of these kits has been optimized to amplify without concern over plant inhibitors. This technical document will discuss the versions of this kit that are available and help you find the best kit suited for your needs.
Follow this procedure to rapidly purify single-stranded or double-stranded PCR amplification products (100 bp to 10 kb) from excess primers, nucleotides, DNA polymerase, oil and salts using the GenElute™ PCR Clean-up Kit.
The SeqPlex DNA Amplification Kit for whole genome amplification (WGA) is designed to facilitate next-generation sequencing (NGS) from extremely small quantities or from degraded/highly fragmented DNA
Genomic DNA from soil samples can be easily damaged by nucleases and contaminating debris resulting in low DNA yields. As a result, the researcher’s ability to perform downstream analysis may be compromised. After isolating DNA from the soil sample, the GenomePlex® Whole Genome Amplification Protocol is followed
WTA2, a Whole Transcriptome Amplification (WTA) method, allows for representative amplification of nanogram quantities of total RNA in less than 4 hours without 3-bias