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No target guide RNA for CRISPR is purified RNA, which has no genomic target in human, rat and mouse.
This non-targeting gRNA serves as a tool for establishing non-toxic transfection conditions, or as a negative control in down-stream assays, monitoring the success of a genome editing experiment.
Other Cas9-NLS proteins from Genaxxon: Cas9-NLS (nuclease, wildtype) >, Cas9-NLS-tagRFP (nuclease, with red fluorescent protein tag) >; Cas9-Nickase-NLS (nickase) >; Cas9-Dead-NLS (none) >
Transfection reagent for the co-transfection RNA/protein, specially designed for use in CRISPR/Cas9 systems: CRISPRfect E >.
negative control for transfection experiments
Concentration: The standard concentration is 400 ng/µL in water. Custom concentrations are possible.
Quality control: All gRNAs from Genaxxon are designed based on the algorithms by Doench et al. (2014, Nature Biotechnology 32: 1262-1267) and Moreno-Mateos et al. (2015, Nature Methods 12: 982-988). The quality of each synthesized gRNA is checked via gel electrophoresis, and the concentration is determined by measuring A260. Each gRNA must pass a cell toxicity test.
Sicherheits Hinweise / Safety
Klassifizierungen / ClassificationCAS-Nr: 39665-12-8
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Fernanda Bajanca, Nadège Gouignard, Charlotte Colle, Maddy Parsons, Roberto Mayor, Eric Theveneau
Nat Commun. 2019; 10: 1518. Published online 2019 Apr 3. doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-09548-5