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    • Knockout Cell Lines for Cancer Research
    • Cellectis bioresearch
    • The cells in CanCELL™ cell lines represent comprehensive knockouts of major disease-relevant oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes. CanCELL cell lines are generated using TALEN™ technology and offer opportunities to study signaling pathways and gene
    • Transfection Reagent
    • Mirus Bio
    • TransIT®-BrCa transfection reagent is a dedicated breast cancer cell-line specific reagent that can help researchers achieve high expression levels in breast cancer cell types including MCF-7, MDA-MB-231, MDA-MB-453, MDA-MB-468, and T47D. It c
    • iPS Cell Lines
    • Cellectis bioresearch
    • The iPS Engineering Hub™ service can provide users with customized iPS cell lines engineered with TALEN™ technology. Donated somatic cells are reprogrammed by means of co-expressing four factors (Oct-4, SOX2, c-Myc, and Klf-4) by nonintegrating tec
    • Microarray Scanner
    • Agilent Technologies
    • The SureScan Dx microarray scanner is indicated for use in a clinical laboratory environment when measuring fluorescence signals of labeled DNA or RNA targets hybridized to microarrays used as part of a validated diagnostic assay. The system has be
    • DNA Reference Standard
    • Horizon Discovery
    • The Quantitative Multiplex DNA reference standard is intended for researchers assessing multiple biomarkers in a single assay using platforms such as next-generation sequencing. It can enable researchers to quantify a range of detection thresholds
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