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Guide-it™ CRISPR Genome-Wide Library PCR Kit

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632651 Guide-it™ CRISPR Genome-Wide Library PCR Kit 20 Rxns USD $282.00

The Guide-it CRISPR Genome-Wide Library PCR Kit is designed for NGS library preparation from cell populations screened using the Guide-it CRISPR Genome-Wide sgRNA Library System (Cat. # 632646), and is also sold as part of the Guide-it CRISPR Genome-Wide sgRNA Library NGS Analysis Kit (Cat. # 632647). The kit contains all the primers and reagents necessary for amplification of proviral sgRNA sequences from screened cell populations for analysis by NGS. This kit includes enough reagents for performing 20 PCRs.

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Our products are to be used for Research Use Only. They may not be used for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, use in humans, therapeutic or diagnostic use, or commercial use of any kind. Our products may not be transferred to third parties, resold, modified for resale, or used to manufacture commercial products or to provide a service to third parties without our prior written approval.

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Genome-wide sgRNA library system

Perform pooled genome-wide CRISPR knockout screens in human cells.

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