- EnGen Spy Cas9 HF1: for high-fidelity genome engineering by direct introduction of active nuclease complexes with reduced off-target cleavage
- EnGen® Spy Cas9 NLS, EnGen Lba Cas12a, EnGen Sau Cas9, EnGen Seq1 Cas9: for genome engineering by direct introduction of active nuclease complexes
- EnGen® sgRNA Synthesis Kit: for rapid generation of microgram quantities of custom sgRNA
- EnGen® Mutation Detection Kit: for robust determination of targeting efficiency
- EnGen® Spy Cas9 Nickase: programmable site-specific DNA nicking for genome editing and in vitro applications
- EnGen Spy dCas9 (SNAP-tag): Programmable DNA binding activity compatible with broad variety of SNAP-tag conjugates
- In vitro digestion of DNA with Cas9 Nuclease, S. pyogenes (M0386)
- Determining Genome Targeting Efficiency using T7 Endonuclease I
- Using recombinant Cas9 nuclease to assess locus modification in genome editing experiments (#M0386)
- T7 Endonuclease I-based Mutation Detection with the EnGen® Mutation Detection Kit (NEB #E3321)
- EnGen® sgRNA Synthesis Kit, S. pyogenes Protocol (E3322)
- Transfection of Cas9 RNP (ribonucleoprotein) into adherent cells using the Lipofectamine® RNAiMAX
- Transfection of EnGen® Spy Cas9 HF1 (NEB #M0667) into adherent cells using the Lipofectamine® RNAiMAX System
- Genome Editing Brochure
- Kinetic Comparison of Cas9 Homologs Recognizing Diverse PAM Sequences (2018)
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CRISPR systems evolved as a means of bacterial adaptive immunity. Understanding their behavior in vivo is essential to harnessing their power in vitro.
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