Huntsville, Ala. – Transomic Technologies, an associate company located on the campus of HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, has announced that their CRISPR whole genome arrayed library has been placed at McGill University, supported by the Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre. Transomic’s CRISPR library will be in the care of Dr. Sidong Huang, director of the Genetic Perturbation Service which provides McGill research labs rapid access to the latest functional genetic tools.
“Transomic’s CRISPR library is an important and exciting asset to the McGill research community,” said Dr. Huang. “Complementary to the existing genomic tools at the Genetic Perturbation Service, this CRISPR library will enable McGill researchers to systemically perform gene knockout and interrogate gene function, greatly enhancing their research capacity for basic and translational research.”
These CRISPR genome-editing tools and other gene modulation tools can be purchased through Transomic Technologies at www.transomic.com.
About transOMIC: transOMIC technologies provides innovative tools and strategies for life science research to help unravel genetic complexity and understand disease development. This mission, coupled with a good understanding of the tools that life science researchers need, drives our focus to be a research partner; delivering technologies in a cost-effective and technically supported manner to enable discovery across the genome. We have an extensive offering of gene-based products to enable research scientists to perform genome editing, gene knockdown, and gene over-expression studies. These types of studies produce insights into gene function which ultimately provide biological understanding of disease and possibilities for therapies. Our leading-edge products are developed through ongoing collaborations with academic thought leaders.